“The tool will be similar to a social card.”

“The tool will be similar to a social card.”

Reduce tariffs? “It can’t be done today.” This will cost 13 billion euros annually, and this money will be used to wedge taxes, with the aim of …

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cutting excise? “It can’t be done today.” It will cost 13 billion euros a year, and this money will be used to wedge taxes, with the aim of making them structural. However, Made in Italy Minister Adolfo Urso ensures that government intervention against higher fuel prices cannot be ruled out. At least to support those who are in a difficult situation. “If the average price (now permanently above 2 euros on the motorway, ed.) remains at current levels or worse, we will tackle the problem of helping large families and low-income people.”

In “La Piazza”, the Affariitaliani.it event in Ceglie Messapica, Urso dusted off the idea of ​​including at least one “target” measure on petrol and diesel in the “complex” budget law. “For example, with a bonus such as a social card,” he explained on the sidelines of his interview with Il Messaggero.

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the decision

But the decision is difficult to make. And not only because the tanks are more or less empty, but because this measure presupposes the ability to predict the direction of prices that depend on external factors immeasurable for Italy (from the price per barrel that the producing countries charge the few available refineries). However, the minister is optimistic. “Trust us: today Italy is being judged favorably by international rating agencies, and the Italian stock exchanges are recording their historical record and have narrowed the gap.” He adds that the priorities at this stage “are inflation and consumption.” So much so that we “continue to work on the Anti-Inflation Pact. Merchants, large-scale distribution, small and medium-sized enterprises, craftsmen and cooperatives have already joined. Now it is up to the producers who the minister will meet with in the next few days. “If we work together as an Italian system, we can reduce inflation significantly in the latter part of the year.” Really optimistic. So, back to fuel, while emphasizing that Draghi’s cut cost €1 billion a month, Urso boasts some certainty: “With the 25 cents lower that the previous government wanted, the price has more or less fallen to current levels.” In other words: at this moment tariffs remain. And also because, as Labor Minister Marina Calderón said at the same event before calling for a halt to basic income and the implementation of active policies (“But we do not guarantee a state job”): “Resources must be allocated to those who already have needs.” The slogan that guides all (many) government interventions. Undersecretary Marcelo Gemato (FdI as MEP Carlo Fidanza), FI Group President Licia Ronzulli and journalist and regional advisor Vittorio Feltre. And with the arrival today of Deputy Prime Ministers Matteo Salvini and Antonio Tajani. However, at least yesterday, there was one exponent of the opposition: Antonio Decaro. After all, the mayor of Bari, in his capacity as president of Anci, has been leading a campaign of criticism against the executive for weeks. Between immigration (“For unaccompanied minors, the money is paid by the municipalities,” he says on his arrival in Çeğli) and money from Pnrr, Anas’s ex-employee seems almost aspiring to the role of first runner in the upcoming European Championships (his term is where first national expires). in 2024).

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poll

However, the great absentee in Sigli, after the belated rejection of General Fanacci, is Giorgia Meloni. The prime minister, who has been an ever-present during past editions and won plaudits for her “the veins in my wrists quiver” last year, refused this time around. However, Meloni, who has just left the Etria Valley, is the champion of the Lab21.01 poll that was presented on stage. An opinion poll, one year after he took office in Chigi Palace, shows that the prime minister is more popular than Conte, Renzi and Letta at this point. On a par with the dragon. Less than Berlusconi. And above all, how Italians view it, in image terms, as more capable than 365 days ago but less innovative. More reliable though less consistent. This means, at least in theory, that he has all the qualifications to perform a difficult maneuver.

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