Pnrr 2, from Pos to school: the approved decree

by Giordano Locchi

ROM (public policy) – An “omnibus” provision with interventions in public administration and recruitment, universities and research, in financial and fiscal matters, environment, renewable sources, energy efficiency and health, digital transformation, infrastructure, special economic zones, simplified logistics, tourism, justice. And education, a topic on which there has been a long tug-of-war between the majority and the governmentand until the last minute with the State General Accounting Office, about the changes to be made in the chapter just dedicated to the school, and which had also been inserted with a subsequent passage in the Cdm, which grafted it on the original version of the provision.

And Legislative Decree Pnrr 2which contains measures for the implementation of the National Recovery and Resistance Plan with the stated intention to target target and landmark expected to expire within the first half of the year. The provision, which was amended during a complex inquiry into the constitutional affairs and education commissions of the Palazzo Madama, must pass the armored screening of the hallwhere it is expected in the Assembly from June 27 (it expires already on the 29th and is to be published in the Gazzetta Ufficiale before the half-yearly deadline on the 30th), with the previously announced imposition of the confidence issue, which happened in the Senate.

The text has actually been given the green light Wednesday night from Palazzo Madama, with 179 votes in favor and 22 against requested a maximum amendment, which completely replaced the Conversion Bill, and which incorporated “essentially the amendments approved by the assembled committees”, as explained Wednesday night in the classroom by the Minister of Relations with Parliament Federico D’Incà, after a long day – with several postponements, which led to the explanations of vote were only implemented from kl. 22.00 – where another clash with the General Accounting Office took place on the issues raised regarding financial coverage for the changes requested by the majority. To the point that Senator Andrea Cangini (FI), rapporteur for the provision, together with Tatjana Rojc (Pd), in the reply at the end of the discussion on the text of the Assembly said that “even in the light of things that happened today, Parliament’s interlocutor was and is not the government; Parliament’s interlocutor is the technical-administrative structures that support or should support the government’s actions “.

It is still:”These days we have seen quite unprecedented things happen: we have seen heads of government explain to us the international context in which we moved; we have seen amendments flow into our texts without anyone warning us of this; we attended school meetings in the absence of the Minister of Education; we have seen the State Accounting Office issue opinions on amendments that had not been reviewed by our committee. In short, the impression is that Parliament’s interlocutor is the State’s General Accounting Office“;” We have concluded an agreement between the Ministry of Education and the Mef, on the basis of which amendments have been drafted; these amendments were voted on by the Committee on Budgets in this branch of Parliament, and we discovered today that that agreement was worthless. “because a department in the Ministry of Economy, the State Accounts, decided that they were worth nothing. This objectively creates problems”.

The main core therefore remained until the last of the measures at the school. At this point, the parent company Simona Malpezzi told them during the explanations of vote that “it is wrong to say that the provision during our exam cuts 10 thousand teachers. The majority avoided any kind of reduction and made sure that those resources could be dedicated to something else, not with teachers’ cuts, but with a formula that we do not completely agree with, but which is certainly for improvement.Let’s put it this way: take action while maintaining the principle that school savings should be returned to school ‘.

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