Confederazione Generale Italiana del Lavoro

(CGIL)
   The CGIL is Italy's largest trade union, originally founded in 1944 as a nonpolitical labor union consisting of Social Democrats, Christian Democrats, and Communists. However, in 1950, it splintered with the Roman Catholics and Christian Democrats to form its own union called the Libera Confederazione Generale Italiana dei Lavoratori (Free General Italian Confederation of Workers). This group later merged with the Federazione Italiana del Lavoro (Italian Federation of Labour) and now calls itself the Confederazione Italiana dei Sindacati Lavoratori (CISL). In addition, another non-Communist union known as the Italian Labour Union was founded in 1950 made up of republicans and socialists. The CGIL was a member of the International Confederation of Free Trade Unions and the European Trade Union Confederation.

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