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Protesting Pharmacists in Rome Sorry no Viagra
As hard times sweep through Italy’s economy, Italian pharmacists and hospitals feel they will be overlooked with their current supplies of medicines, in favour of private dispensers, considered more in tune with Mario Montis governments restructuring.

Pharmacists in Italy’s capital have taken the action to penalise a predominately aging gentleman’s government.

The pharmacists are hoping the action to stop supplying Viagra, will significantly hit them in the appropriate area.

Correspondence was delivered to Mr Monti and the Health Minister Renato Balduzzi, stating if the grievances of the union Sinafo were not addressed by the 30th April a Viagra strike will be initiated.

Pharmacists say, the new reforms are not fair, private pharmacies are given preference when applying for new licences. Talks between the Trade Unions and the Italian Government about the reforms to the countries labour market have concluded in an agreement which appeased most of those involved.

But there was some controversy raised by one Trade Union about a law making it easier for employers to terminate employees working agreements. Italian Premier Mario Montis reforms are to encourage the growth of Italy’s economy and promote and encourage the growth of employment. Italians are facing major changes to their economy and hardship and have great difficulties in accepting the many changes to their country and the traditional ways of doing things.

But with a changing global economy, in order for Italy to survive it must evolve and adapt. The reconstruction of the countries labour market is Premier Mario Monti’s main aim. Present and future investors in the country must be reassured in order to help with the growth and stability of the future Italian economy.

Certain reforms have been diluted to appease the largest Italian union, who have threatened the government with a national strike. Changes to the labour market have become a major political challenge for Premier Mario Montis government and recent polls show Premier Monti’s popularity dropping 50% for the first time since he came to power in November.

A government fund is being proposed, to help with the funding against tax evasion, public spending cuts and hopefully to help with the reduction of taxes. Premier Monti and his government is striving to boost the Italian economy and to iron out differences with the unions over the labour reforms, therefore helping to reassure future investments in Italy’s economy.

 This is a mammoth task and every part of the economy has to be reviewed and revised in order to build confidence and stability in Italy’s economy.

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