Fim-CISL union offices in Rome 'devastated' in ambush

Union blames 'fascist thugs' for vandalism and violence

Fim-CISL union offices in Rome 'devastated' in ambush

Florence, November 13 - A band of people attacked two workers and vandalized interiors of the Rome office of the FIM-CISL metal workers' union on Tuesday. "This morning, about 15 hooded people entered the Rome FIM-CISL in via Ruggero Bonghi…and threw paint and eggs. The office was devastated. A worker, who happened to be inside the office, was beaten up, and another was dragged and thrown to the ground, paint strewn from his head downward," said Mario Bertone, general secretary of Rome CISL, in a note. FIM-CISL blamed "fascist thugs" in another written statement posted on its website. "There are thugs for whom any occasion is good for committing acts of vandalism," said Raffaele Bonanni, CISL's national general secretary. "What happened is very worrying and very serious," added the union leader at the margins of an event in Florence.

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