“The premier said: ‘We don’t like the superbonus’ and that ‘we are against’ the measure. I wonder: why do you use the plural?”
“Prime Minister Draghi said: ‘We don’t like the superbonus’ and that ‘we are against’ the measure. I wonder: why do you use the plural? Would you like to explain to us who opposes our measure?”, Asks the M5S deputy. Riccardo Fraccaroquestioned by the Adnkronos on the rejection of the superbonus arrived by the Prime Minister.
“The government led by Draghi – insists the former undersecretary at Palazzo Chigi – in the Council of Ministers approved the extension of the superbonus, as it was logical to imagine, also considering the declarations of the same components of the government, the last minister Carfagna who underlined the usefulness of the measure. So I repeat the question: who is Mario Draghi speaking on behalf of? Certainly not of Parliament, where the majority of those in favor of the superbonus are so large as to touch unanimity. Maybe the country doesn’t like it? The associations of builders, engineers, architects, Cna, environmentalist political forces, trade unions intervened to defend the superbonus. Many, if anything, are worried about the feared abolition of the measure and the enormous damage that too many obstacles and too many ‘stop and go’ are causing “.
“It is difficult to think, then, that the premier could speak on behalf of the citizens, given the success of the provision precisely among the families, who were able to renovate buildings at no cost, contributing to the improvement of the environment. Not to mention the impact on work. I wonder, therefore, when Draghi in Europe says: ‘We don’t like the superbonus’, on behalf of who is speaking? “, Concludes Fraccaro.