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The exception to the ceiling of 240 thousand euros for salaries for managers of the Public Administration is skipped in the House. The Budget Committee of the House has in fact approved the suppressive amendment of the rule introduced yesterday in the aid dl bis by the Senate
First the unanimous approval in the Senate committee, then the equally unanimous flight from the rule that cancels the ceiling of 240 thousand euros per year on the salaries of a highly selected group of senior ministerial leaders and the leaders of the Armed Forces. The news, welcomed with strong disappointment by Prime Minister Draghi, was also judged inappropriate by the President of the Republic Mattarella according to what is said by the Quirinale.
The road to the agenda has gone down
All parties rushed to announce or present suppressive amendments to the new rule. But the same announcement was leaked from Palazzo Chigi. Initially, an alternative route was also thought of, according to which the government would not have presented the amendment if all the parties had undertaken to vote in the House the agenda on the cancellation of the farewell to the roof, which would later be restored by the executive in the Aid-ter decree expected over the weekend. But this did not happen.
Government amendment Thursday in the House
The government amendment that puts the general salary ceiling back on will be voted on tomorrow by the Chamber, and the Aid-bis decree will return to the Senate on the 20th: recalling to Palazzo Madama senators engaged in the electoral campaign or in returning to their old jobs (or looking for a new). In short, the procedural chaos was intertwined with the political chaos, aggravated by the fact that the salary-inflating blitz arrived at the very end of the legislature. The point is actually simple.CopyAMP code.
Aid-bis decree in the Senate in third reading
Canceling the law voted with hidden enthusiasm in the Senate in the House requires a return of the Aid-bis decree in the Senate close to the vote, with all the unknowns of the case, while in normal times a very partial administrative election is enough to suspend parliamentary work during the week previous to the polls.