Infrastructure Minister Matteo Salvini relaunches a classic of the debates that precede the Budget law, that of the building amnesty that brings resources to public accounts. A hypothesis that provokes the negative reaction of all the oppositions, who speak of a "criminogenic" proposal because it would encourage further abuses.
On the subject of housing, Salvini also spoke out against the regulation of short-term rentals, instead dear to Fdi that just Friday urged a decree law on the subject. A few days after the launch of the Nadef, a document in which the government will have to indicate macro indications on the next Maneuver, Salvini speaking at the Assembly of Confedilizia was explicit on the hypothesis of an amnesty: "I say it without hypocrisy, are there budget problems? Are there a few hundred thousand small architectural, building and urban irregularities that are clogging the technical offices of the municipalities of half of Italy? Yes, and then wouldn't it be wiser for the small ones to go and heal everything?"
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The first to raise their voices were the Greens who, with Filiberto Zaratti, announced "the barricades" in Parliament. For Angelo Bonelli, then "Salvini's proposal is criminogenic because, as has always happened when building amnesties were announced, it will cause a strong recovery of illegal building". The leader of the Democratic Party in the Senate Francesco Boccia defined the words of the head of Infrastructure as "another wink to the cunning of a desperate government that does not know where to find resources for the maneuver". The League leader Elena Murelli defended Salvini by stressing that the minister did not speak of amnesties of entire abusive houses, but of amnesties of partial abuses.
At Confedilizia Salvini has opened a further front, that on short term rentals, in the crosshairs of other government colleagues such as the owner of Turismo Santanché, because - thanks to web platforms - they are putting hotels and traditional operators in crisis, as well as removing houses from the normal rental market. Just Friday, the head of the sector of Fdi Gianluca Caramanna, said that a decree to regulate them will arrive shortly. Salvini said the opposite: "Private property is sacred" and on short-term rentals "everyone must be free to decide how to make income from their property. I don't think it's the state that ethically decides what you want to do with your two or three apartments."
Here too, criticism has rained down from the opposition, with Luana Zanella (Avs), Silvia Fregolent (Iv), Franco Mirabelli and Cristina Tajani of the Pd. Silence for now from the allies, who will however have to decide which line will be followed.
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