The Conte / Renzi discord list. The 30 commissioners for 59 works (DOCUMENT)

The CEO of Anas Massimo Simonini, but also the former CEO of Rfi Maurizio Gentile and the current one of the company Vera Fiorani. And then other managers of the two companies and still experts and top figures of the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure. The government has chosen in all thirty special commissioners to build or complete 59 public works considered strategic: roads, railways, dams, ports and barracks. From state road 106 Jonica to metro C in Rome. Huffpost is able to exclusively publish the list that President Giuseppe Conte sent to Parliament to obtain the opinion of the competent committees on the matter.

A list that is not only a list of names, but which also has a political value because the unblocking of the construction sites was one of the strongest points of friction between the premier and the Renzians. The Simplifications decree, approved by the Council of Ministers on the night between 6 and 7 July, was supposed to mark a new course, but the identification of the works and their commissioners was only reached today. After six months of dribbling between the ministries and the altolĂ  of the State General Accounting Office on some works initially introduced in the list. Only two days ago Matteo Renzi recalled the prime minister because the list that arrived in the Chambers on December 3 contained only the list of works, but not the names of the commissioners. On Tuesday, during the introductory speech to Montecitorio to gain confidence in the Government, Conte said that the list was ready. Today it arrived in Parliament. Here she is.

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List of commissioners for works

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List of commissioners for works

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List of commissioners for works

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List of commissioners for works

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List of commissioners’ works

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List of commissioners for works

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List of commissioners for works

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List of commissioners’ works

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List of commissioners for works


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