Every day, nearly 5 million motorists pass through 3.020 km of Italy's motorway network. One of the key roads in this network is the A10, which crossed through Genoa via the Morandi Bridge. Yesterday, a section of the bridge collapsed leaving at least 35 people dead with 15 more seriously injured.
On Tuesday, the Italian parliament passed laws that would tackle short-term work, precarious labour practices and penalise firms relocating abroad. The new wide-ranging law, called the “dignity decree”, is one of the first victories for the left-right coalition government between the 5-Star Movement