“Italy cannot remain without an authoritative and secure guide, especially during the current historical moment we are experiencing. For this reason, we are asking either Prime Minister Mario Draghi to remain in office or the parliamentary political forces to act responsibly. Hence, without delay and negotiations, the political entourage by expressing its trust in the Executive will let it continuing to work on the many open dossiers”.
This is the joint appeal launched by Conftrasporto, Confetra, Anasped, Angopi, Anna, Assarmatori, Assiterminal, Assocad, Assocostieri, Assoferr, Assologistica, Assotir, National Association of Waste Managers Maintenance of sewer and water networks, CLIA, FAI, Fedepiloti, Federagenti, Federlogistica, Federtraslochi, Fedespedi, Fiap, Fise Uniport and Unitai which take a clear position after the last few hours political developments.
“The geopolitical tensions that show no signs of abating, their disruptive consequences on the international economy and the need to proceed swiftly towards the National Recovery and Resilience Plan implementation impose an indispensable continuity in the governmental action, which cannot and must not be jeopardized”, conclude the associative representatives of the Italian maritime, port, railway and logistic cluster.