Furlan says to quit CISL in March, Sbarra to succeed her

Weird Italy d73ee390bd36aeed91c91792d8c42448 Furlan says to quit CISL in March, Sbarra to succeed her What happened in Italy today

(ANSA) – ROME, FEB 16 – Annamaria Furlan said Tuesday she
would step down as head of CISL in March and that current
assistant general secretary Luigi Sbarra would succeed her at
the helm of Italy’s second biggest trade union federation.
    Furlan, 62, has been CISL general secretary since October 2014.
    (ANSA).
   

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