Will Italy be able to present a credible National Reform Plan (NRP) to Brussels before the European Council on July 17? Rome wants to take the lead on this key step to benefit from the European recovery plan. Angela Merkel, who presides over Europe until the end of the year, having clearly stated that the money distributed will be linked to the reforms undertaken, which will be duly evaluated, everyone wonders if the plan prepared by Rome will be enough to convince the more reluctant, knowing that Italy is one of the countries that spends European structural funds the least…
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These questions are on everyone's mind, not just in so-called "frugal" countries. Monday, the Prime Minister, Giuseppe Conte, accused of immobility, wanted to show that he is moving forward. During the Council of Ministers started late in the evening, he was to present two documents crucial to the future of Italy: the draft decree to simplify public tenders, while 23 billion
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