The 2019-2020 academic year will be extended until June 15 to give university students time to graduate in progress despite the stops imposed by the emergency
Rome – Mini-extension of the moratorium on drills, new postponement of the transition to the free energy market, more time for mayors struggling with the paper for the suitable areas in which to locate the national nuclear waste deposit. But reverse on the eviction block, which remains as it is until the end of June (also rejected the amendment of Fdi) and nothing even about Alitalia.
The new majority holds up, albeit with some friction, to the test of the vote on the Milleproroghe decree which receives the ok del’aula di Montecitorio and then passes to the examination of the Senate. In a marathon to approve as many changes as possible, the complex new balances between the parties that support the Draghi government were staged and after Montecitorio rejected the amendment signed by the Brothers of Italy to suspend the Bonafede reform of the prescription after the mediation of the Minister Marta Cartabia who led the eve to the withdrawal of all majority amendments on prescription. Over the weekend there was a vote on about 200 amendments ‘super-signaled’ by the groups precisely to act quickly on a provision that otherwise would expire on March 1st without the vote of the Senate.
The ministries, which are still reorganizing themselves, have taken the field in recent days: that of Justice, Confedilizia complained in recent days, blocks the agreement reached with difficulty between the parties to mitigate the block on evictions, that of the Environment for mediate on drills. On the evictions the idea was that of to allow the release of properties from 1 April if the tenants’ arrears were certified before the pandemic (i.e. before March 2020). For shops and commercial activities, the anti-Covid closures would have been the watershed. But then it was decided to have more time to prepare an agenda that can guide the government in the coming weeks towards a shared solution, to be included in the first useful measure. In the end, nothing done.
The same applies to Alitalia: the amendment that revised the rules for the sale of the former national airline and for the repayment of the public loan remains set aside. In the rush to close, however, there was room for several innovations, from holiday bonus that can be used until the end of 2021 (among the controversies of Fdi) toacademic year 2019-2020 extended until June 15 to give university students time to graduate in progress despite the stops imposed by the emergency. Among the amendments approved some of the themes dear to the 5-star Movement such as the moratorium on drills, which will continue until September to “give the Draghi government time to intervene definitively”, while the free energy market is postponed for another year in January 2023 – with customers in the protected market who will be able to remain with their current contracts for the whole of 2022.
As requested by the mayors, a little more time arrives for consultations on the new charter of suitable sites for nuclear power (there will be 120 days, and the date for the national seminar preparatory to its definitive adoption also moves later). Space also for the Public Administration, with the expansion of the audience of precarious workers who will benefit from stabilization (the requirements can be matured until the end of 2021), to the classic postponement of the fire prevention adaptation of schools but also tol strengthening of the Mef structure called upon to implement the Recovery Plan, with 30 hires and the possibility of using 10 employees of other administrations.