Krise und Bewegung in Italien – Die Stille vor dem Sturm?

Italy has been severely impacted by the world economic crisis, and the government of Mario Monti has begun to implement far-reaching austerity measures, including tax hikes, cuts to social spending and a range of legal reforms that significantly aggravate the precarisation of employment relations. But while there have been a number of local labour conflicts, a broad anti-austerity movement has yet to emerge. The article discusses a number of recent and ongoing protest movements and the challenges they face.

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