Proposte dall’Emilia Romagna per recuperare fondi post alluvione

Il governatore dell’Emilia-Romagna, Stefano Bonaccini, insieme ai sindaci dei comuni colpiti dall’alluvione, ha presentato tre proposte per garantire l’arrivo rapido di risorse alle famiglie e alle imprese danneggiate. Le proposte includono modifiche al decreto legge 104, l’utilizzo dei crediti di imposta tramite le banche e l’assunzione di personale tecnico per accelerare gli interventi di ripristino. Tuttavia, nonostante il sostegno delle parti sociali e degli enti locali, le proposte non hanno ricevuto ancora risposta dai politici. Gli amministratori locali sono preoccupati che un miliardo di euro destinati alla ricostruzione potrebbero essere utilizzati per altre spese e non arrivare alle zone colpite. Finora, solo una parte dei danni subiti dalle famiglie e dalle imprese è stata coperta, mentre il resto rimane ancora da pagare. Il governatore Bonaccini chiede al governo di garantire i rimborsi ai cittadini e alle imprese e sottolinea che le risorse assegnate al commissario speciale per la ricostruzione non sono sufficienti. Propone anche di introdurre crediti di imposta per fornire aiuti immediati alle persone colpite e di aumentare il personale tecnico negli enti pubblici per accelerare i processi di rimborso.

Il governatore Stefano Bonaccini insieme ai sindaci dei comuni alluvionati hanno presentato un piano per assicurare e accelerare l’arrivo di risorse a famiglie e imprese danneggiate dalle recenti alluvioni. L’obiettivo principale è fornire aiuti finanziari e materiali alle persone colpite, al fine di facilitare la ripresa e la ricostruzione delle aree colpite. Questo piano dimostra l’impegno delle autorità locali nel supportare la popolazione in momenti di crisi e rappresenta un passo importante verso il ripristino delle condizioni di vita delle comunità colpite.

Alluvione, dall’Emilia Romagna tre proposte per recuperare fondi per un miliardo

Alluvione: tre proposte dell’Emilia Romagna per recuperare un miliardo di fondi. 1) Aumento delle tasse sulle industrie del settore promuovendo lo sviluppo sostenibile. 2) Richiesta di finanziamenti statali per la ricostruzione delle aree colpite. 3) Coinvolgimento delle aziende locali nella raccolta fondi tramite partnership e sponsorizzazioni.

Three proposals have been officially presented by the Governor of Emilia-Romagna, Stefano Bonaccini, and the mayors of the flooded municipalities. The aim is to ensure and accelerate the arrival of resources to affected families and businesses by amending Article 23 of Decree Law 104, expediting relief through the mechanism of tax credits mediated by banks, and strengthening the technical structures of public entities responsible for restoration interventions on rivers, canals, roads, landslides, and damaged buildings. These proposals have already been shared with social partners and local authorities at the Pact for Work and Climate table, and have been submitted to the Unified Conference. However, they are currently being examined by the Senate Committees amidst a wall of silence. This comes after a cry for help from Ravenna, where flooded cooperatives demonstrated to draw attention to the situation. Local administrators have raised their voices towards the government as there is a risk that one billion euros in resources allocated to flood damage, taken from unused measures for social safety nets (900 million euros, of which only 3% has been requested) and export support (300 million euros, only 4% used), will return to the general state expenditure and be subtracted from reconstruction efforts in Romagna. The structure of the extraordinary commissioner, Figliulo, has so far allocated 289 million euros for urgent interventions and the overcoming of the emergency situation. During the last meeting at Palazzo Chigi, it was declared that ordinances have already been prepared for the execution of 449 million euros in additional public works in 2023. However, out of the four billion euros in damages incurred by citizens and businesses, 3.5 billion euros are missing. “We are still receiving reassurances from the government regarding refunds,” emphasizes Bonaccini. “We are actively collaborating with the reconstruction commissioner’s office these days to ensure that the ordinances for businesses and families are the best possible and are issued quickly. But beyond the initial support and autonomous arrangements, citizens and companies have not received anything from the government.” The issue is related to the news that out of the 1.2 billion euros announced in Decree Law 104, only 300 million euros will be allocated for private reconstruction. “We are talking about resources that are in the hands of the Ministry of Labor and Foreign Affairs, not the commissioner. Yet, the government includes them in the four billion euros available to Figliuolo, but that is not the case. And where will the other 800 million euros go? Instead of receiving additional resources, which everyone is requesting, they would actually take them away,” highlights the governor. Immediate relief could also be provided to individuals by introducing tax credits, as was done for the earthquake of 2012. Banks would advance money to citizens and businesses to restore the damages and then the government would reimburse them through tax deductions, with the financial impact spread over 25 years with the support of CDP. Similarly, there is a need for the hiring of technical personnel in public institutions because municipalities are lagging behind in submitting reimbursement requests, with only 500,000 euros requested for urgent interventions. “The essence of these three amendments is proactive and collaborative,” emphasizes Enzo Lattuca, Mayor of Cesena and President of the Province of Forlì-Cesena, who recently visited Tredozio, the hardest-hit town in the quake two days ago, with Bonaccini. “We are not asking for money without indicating how and where to get it. There is over a billion euros frozen; now we are at a crossroads and those resources must be put on the right track, at the disposal of Commissioner Figliuolo. Now.”

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