It is the day of truth for the Whirlpool site in Naples: today it will be understood whether the Sustainable Mobility Hub will be able to take off quickly and absorb the occupation of the Via Argine plant and whether the white multinational will be available , to facilitate the industrial project, to extend the collective dismissal procedure for the 340 workers from Campania which should close tomorrow. In fact, the new round at Mise will begin shortly, the third in a few days chaired by the Deputy Minister for Development, Alessandra Todde. Meanwhile, the procession of workers from Fim Fiom and Uilm is parading through the streets of Rome, which will arrive from Piazza della Repubblica under the dicastery in via Molise to accompany the confrontation between government, company and trade unions. Amidst sirens slogans and posters, the large delegation of workers from Campania reiterates the request to continue working: “Naples does not give up” is the now well-known slogan also declined in a musical version and re-edited today in a more ironic ‘arrangement’. “Naples does not give up”, “The saint does not want”, we read in some banners.