Conte in his speech on Done he cited the “tax reform” in the sense of a “reorganization of the deduction and deduction system”. The 5 star movement with Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio he immediately translated it into: “We use money to lower taxes“. The MEPs and MEPs of the Movement in the EU Policies Committee agree: “We are thinking of a great plan based on the green economy and digitalization, in addition to using these funds for lowering taxes”. And today the political leader of the M5s Vito Crimi relaunches: “Certainly one of the issues on which to intervene is the reduction of taxes starting from the Irap cut which is our historical battle”.
But the tax authorities are not among the priority areas for the EU. Moreover, it would be very difficult to pass on the idea that a country cuts taxes to its citizens by using the money borrowed by the European Commission on the capital market with the guarantee of all the Member States “. It is no coincidence that the dem holder of EU policies, Enzo Amendola, closes: interviewed by Courier service, when asked if the funds can be used for that purpose, he replies: “No, they are intended for additional investments compared to what we would have done without the European plan ”.
What needs to be done, Amendola underlines, is to accelerate on the “reform of the public administration, that of the justice and the digitization: are priorities. And not because Europe asks us to: they are because over the years we have accumulated suffocating distortions and corporate interests “. As for the use of Mes, “First it is better to really close the package on the Recovery Fund, then we will evaluate what to do”.
The Minister of Economy Roberto Gualtieri for its part confirmed that “the government remains committed to carrying out a tax reform inspired by the principles of simplicity, progressiveness, reduction of the tax burden on work and business, digitization and contrast to tax evasion“. But he never mentioned using European funds for this purpose.