match : The two-day strike at Italy’s petrol pumps started at 7 pm on Tuesday. The strike was announced by unions representing filling stations in Italy after the Italian government approved a law to bring transparency in fuel prices.
However, several attempts were made to avert the strike. But Italy’s two top petrol station groups, Fezica and Fizzis/Anissa, confirmed the announcement of a strike from Tuesday evening to Thursday evening. However, FAIB, another petrol station group in Italy, decided to hold the strike for a day. Lines at petrol stations and refueling stations continued throughout the day in Italy on Tuesday. The strike of petrol pumps in Italy will have a significant impact on the common people and life.