From differentiated autonomy to a museum for the Holocaust. What did the CDM decide?

From differentiated autonomy to a museum for the Holocaust.  What did the CDM decide?

Tax reform and the bridge over the Strait are not the only dossiers on the government table. All measurements in detail

In yesterday's Council of Ministers, the government approved a bill for the tax reform, which we detail here. But it is not the only dossier on which the executive has spoken: from differentiated autonomy to the reopening of the project to build the bridge over the Strait of Messina, there are numerous topics on the table, including the establishment of a Museum for Holocaust. Below are the measurements in detail.

Strait bridge

The government has passed a bill with the aim of reopen the Messina Strait bridge construction project. For now, the indications remain mostly generic: the "corporate structure and governance of the Strait of Messina Spa" will be evaluated - the company in charge - and the "environmental monitoring" will be taken into consideration. In the green light, the government uses the precautionary formula "subject to agreements" and the technical aspects are still being defined. However, it starts again from the final project approved 11 years ago: the CDM approved a first draft decree that takes time back to 2012, when the construction had been stopped and the company put into liquidation. It will now be updated to adapt it to the latest technical, environmental and safety regulations. The goal now is to arrive at a new executive project by 31 July 2024 and then start work by the end of that year. The technical realization will take 5 years and will start from the authorizations already obtained in 2012 for the railway and road connections, explained the deputy minister Edoardo Rixi. Deputy Prime Minister and Infrastructure Minister Matteo Salvini, from whom the proposal came, spoke at the end of the day on the "most beautiful, greenest and safest single span bridge in the world". Meanwhile, the Alleanza Verdi e Sinistra has organized a protest flash mob in front of Montecitorio.

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differentiated autonomy

With the advice of the Joint Conference, the government was able to definitively approve - after the first go-ahead a month ago - the Calderoli bill which is now expected to be examined by Parliament. In particular, the establishment of a control room will then be envisaged which will have the delicate task of establishing the parameters of the Lep, the essential levels of performance which each region will then have to respect. The complete process of the reform and the specific subjects can be found here.

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A museum for the Holocaust

On the proposal of the Minister of Culture, Gennaro Sangiuliano, the government has announced the imminent establishment of a museum for the Holocaust which will be used in Rome. The text states that the task of the museum will be to "keep the memory of the tragedy alive and present", while the choice of Rome "is doubly symbolic, both as the capital of Italy and as the place where one of the Jewish communities is present oldest in Europe and among the most numerous in Italy". Ruth Dureghello, president of Rome's Jewish community, expressed thanks to the government and the minister "for their concrete attention to the theme of memory". There is already a project by Luca Zevi and an area in Villa Torlonia, along Via Nomentana, right next to the then residence of Benito Mussolini: a choice with strong historical and symbolic value. Because in fact the initial idea of ​​building a museum in memory of the Holocaust was born as early as 1997. But between appeals, lengthy administrative procedures and lockdowns, the construction site was only started in mid-September 2021, with the laying of the foundation stone.

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