Tax, an agreement between the government and the center oath regarding the land registry

First steps out of the financial mandate impasse. Palazzo Chigi and the Government Center have reached an agreement to revise Articles 2 and 6 of the financial mandate. “In the agreement, any reference to the dual system is eliminated, while maintaining the existing voucher systems and ensuring the harmonization of the tax system: therefore no increase in taxes can affect the savings or homes of Italians. As for the land registry, any reference to the values ​​of The assets are from real estate, allowing pensions to be updated in accordance with the legislation currently in force and without any innovation of a heritage nature,” explains a note issued by the Association at the end of Matteo Salvini’s meeting with Prime Minister Mario Draghi. “The Italian Land Registry will therefore be updated gradually, but without changes compared to current standards.”

An applause was immediately greeted by Giorgia Meloni, the leader of the Brethren in Italy. In fact, the opposing right played alongside Caruccio and Forza Italia. Silvio Berlusconi’s comment was, “We requested more information and set about working on a satisfactory technical solution that we shared with the allies of the center-right government and then presented to the government that accepted it.” “Today we can finally say that there will be no new taxes on Italian homes and savings.”

It remains to wait for the response of the other forces to the majority. In recent days, the Democratic Party and the Five Star Movement have objected to the three-way dialogue about tax authorities that began after recent weeks’ collapse over a joint text. (All rights reserved)

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