July 29, 2021

The Italian government does not change its budgets despite the demands of Brussels

The Italian government does not change its budgets despite the demands of Brussels



The Italian government announced today that it will not modify its budgets for 2019, which foresee a GDP deficit of 2.4%, despite the demands of Brussels, which had rejected the document.

"There is no legislative news, there is a commitment to contain the deficit" at 2.4%, said the Vice President of the Government and Minister of Development, Luigi Di Maio, after a meeting of the Council of Ministers in which the response was agreed to the European Commission, which will be sent by the Economy Minister, Giovanni Tria.

The coalition executive of the Five Star Movement and the ultra-right-wing Liga reaffirmed in these accounts just before the expiration of the Brussels deadline to present another draft budget at midnight.

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