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    In Italy, the sabbatical policy comes to an end

    In Italy, the sabbatical policy comes to an end

    August is almost over: This completes the holiday period for most of the Italians (of course those who still have the good fortune to have a job) and with the arrival of September also our politicians return to animate the "sacred benches" of Deputies and the Senate. September from the equinox to the December solstice is a short step: This completes the 2012. A very important year for Italian political parties who have had the possibility of a purely administrative suspension from responsibility (delegated to a caretaker government) in order to concentrate so fundamental constitutional reforms. A 'unique opportunity to provide the country with laws that make streamlined procedures and virtuous technical / administrative infrastructure to implement in an acceptable time needed to make possible investments in Italy and carry out public works (highway Salerno / Reggio Calabria, Tav, Moses Project , bridge over the Strait of Messina, etc..), which effectively blocked by decades but continue to gobble up huge resources as well as all necessary legislative and administrative reforms to the architecture of the country. The next elections will be held in the spring of 2013: This completes the sabbatical year of Italian politics to be again be entitled to carry out effective action to lead the country.
    I ask myself and I ask you: will be good to ask our politicians what they have been doing all this time, before they begin to ask the vote?

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