It was at a time of acute crisis, unknown since the last war, on the eve of a demanding and difficult reconstruction of the country's economy, that a change of head and style took place at the head of Italian employers. The new president, elected on April 16 with a very large majority against the Turin candidate, Licia Mattioli, and inducted on May 20 for four years, the Milanese Carlo Bonomi, will not have waited to set the tone for his new mandate : incisive, even in a frank confrontation with the central power in Rome, he undoubtedly wanted to prove wrong to those who said he was not charismatic.
From the outset, he adopted a much harsher position than that of his predecessor, Vincenzo Boccia, who refrained from openly criticizing the government's decisions.
Criticism of Power
For several weeks, Carlo Bonomi has been increasing criticism of the management of the health crisis, the aid promised by Rome in the form of public guarantees for corporate debt, the absence
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