President Monti: Young People are at the Centre of our Government
"The young, the last category represented by politics in recent years, will have major advantages from this law. And it will also look over the future of our next generation. for whose people are not yet born," Mario Monti explained the general meaning of the second great decree of his government.
He wants to give greater liberalization in the economy and and work. "We wanted to undertake on infrastructure and competitiveness, then next Friday we will make a decree for the simplification".
At this stage the emphasis is put on youth and meritocracy, the "liberation" of the Italian tax occult, consisting of prices and rates too high for consumers, because there are too society that have privilege and monopolio in the market.Eight hours to find the right shape so as to "remove something from all to give back much at all". This is the meaning of the wide measures to promote competition and meritocracy. Just for example, young people under 35 with only 1 euro can open a new company. Then, energy, public transport, taxis are some of the issues addressed by the decree.
The reactions were generally positive to the decree.
Emma Marcegaglia, leader of Confindustria, is enthusiastic: "There will be screams, let them yell - he says. The important thing is that the government go ahead on this road". According to the Secretary-CISL, union federation, Raffaele Bonanni "these are the first signal that break the static of Italian economy and give it a greater competition".
The parties of the current coalition, PdL, Pd and The Third Pole, confirmed support for Monti, even if they say they want to make a contribution in Parliament. But the margins to change or add something to the Monti's decree are very tight and they do not have the strength nor the desire to change the current political balance. Now the strength of the government Monti is clear to all, and therefore can only stand by and watch as the professor will continue his reforms, despite the complaints of the social partners and political parties.
Lega Nord and Italy dei valori, which are in opposition, have no arguments nor force to counter the weight and responsibility of the Government Steps.
Monti will remain certainly until the end of term, and perhaps even beyond, if the parties do not begin to cut this political class, too incompetent and patronage.
The Prime Minister Mario Monti claimed the merit of these objectives focus on rigor, fairness and growth announced at the beginning of the path of government. "I expect the malcontents. I hope that they are within areas of civilization, "the premier said. He estimated that these measures give an increase of 10% of GDP".