Without wishing to insist too much on the fact that the neighbor’s grass, etc. etc…. it just remember how the cousins Spanish the matter of motorway concessions have wound up easy, so quick and painless.
Here, instead, seems to be the viewers of a series of the past, but not one of those cool Netflix: this series is more similar to soap, which dragged on for years, and where for days and days nothing happened.
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We then step back and see what has happened in the last episodes of this story in which the institutions and strong powers are engaged in a tug of war on the subject of the revocation relied on the Decree “Milleproroghe” voted at the end of last year.
And where, in the background we all of us, including discomfort and psychosis viaducts at risk of crumbling under the wheels of our cars.
The minister of Infrastructure and Transport Paola De Micheli is waiting for the audition to the Room where you hope that you make a step forward, but already it is assumed (with reasonable certainty) that do not advance an inch until 26 January, the day of the elections in Emilia-Romagna. Meanwhile, the investigation on the failure of Autostrade per l’italia on the history of the Bridge Morandi is closed and you are writing the final report that will be shared in the council of Ministers.
The opposition of forces in the field
At that point, even the premier, Count that, always, declares that he does not want to do discounts to the Highways will have to leave in the open, being able to count on the support of the M5S, which continues to proceed straight ahead on the road to revocation without if and without but, in spite of the hesitation of the allies in the Parliament.
Meanwhile, the opposing forces take advantage of this impasse to put the counter inside of the board convened to burst from the neo To Paul Tomasi, which will focus on the availability – already expressed by Atlantia, the holding company that controls Aspi – to discuss a possible reduction of tolls, and a number of other interventions provided by the three-year industrial plan, mainly theincrease of investment and the reorganization of the processes of control on the three thousand kilometres of network.