Approved in the 2016 earthquake coordination booth a package of ordinances to speed up the reconstruction of the most affected centers, and to commit new resources for the reconstruction and repair of places of worship damaged by the earthquake. This was reported today by the website www.andareoltre.org, promoted by the diocese of Rieti to tell the story of the reconstruction of the areas affected by the earthquake. The ordinances issued by the Extraordinary Commissioner for reconstruction, Giovanni Legnini, on which the mayors and presidents of the four regions agreed, concern the hamlets of Arquata del Tronto, Amatrice, Norcia and a district of Pioraco. In the last booth, the ordinances relating to the relocation of Accumoli and the historic center of Preci had also received the agreement. The special ordinances identify and finance interventions and simplified procedures for the more complex public reconstruction works, necessary for an effective start of private reconstruction. With the special ordinance, the plan for the relocation of the hamlets of Libertino, San Giovanni, Fonte del Campo, Illica and some buildings in the capital is launched in Accumoli, which cannot be rebuilt because they are located in areas with a high risk of flooding and landslide, or on unstable slopes, except near ditches and riverbeds. In Amatrice, with approximately 68 million euros, including the 25 million of ordinance 129/2022, the interventions for the elimination of situations of instability, the restoration and construction of underground utilities and the restoration of roads, infrastructures and cemeteries in the capital and in 35 hamlets, again following the definition of the Psr by the Municipality. The new road system in the historic center is also financed with 6 million. The ordinance introduces two important innovations. The first is the establishment of the Reconstruction Quality Presidium, with the task of verifying compliance with the typical or peculiar architectural features, the coherent reproposition or reinterpretation of the same and the definition of all the elements contributing to the characterization of the facades, providing prescriptive indications and recommendations. The second is the definition of the timetable for the reconstruction of the historic centre, with the possibility for the commissioner’s structure to intervene with substitutive powers in the event of non-compliance, guaranteeing citizens a clear timetable also for private interventions. La Cabina also reached an agreement on the new list of reconstruction interventions for churches damaged by the earthquake. The ordinance establishes the programming for 341 new interventions, for a value of 194 million euros, including 28 interventions, for a value of 22 million, managed by civilly recognized ecclesiastical bodies, and another 313 interventions managed by the dioceses and archdioceses of the four regions. Another 94 million euros are instead useful to integrate 91 projects that needed additional resources due to the increase in prices. In total, the ordinance allocates 286 million euros. The interventions financed for the churches therefore rise to 1,246, and 62% of the damaged churches are thus financed.