Different needs require different solutions. Even if the objectives to be achieved are the same, the different territorial specificities must find specific answers: this is the strength of autonomy. Today more than ever it is important that central and local institutions work together to achieve common goals because the National Recovery and Resilience Plan is a game from which we will all come out winners or all defeated, there will be no middle ground “. This was stated by the governor of Friuli Venezia Giulia, Massimiliano Fedriga, speaking at the Trento Festival of Economics, underlining that “national unity lies in the enhancement of federalism. The diversity of our country is a treasure and trying to cancel them would be madness because they are envied by us all over the world. We must enhance the specificities to find a national synthesis “.
Referring to the last period of the pandemic emergency, Fedriga underlined the role played by the Regions in the fight against Covid-19 and the “greater ability to listen on the part of the Government” and highlighted how there was “a construction of dialogue that led to better solutions for the country, not for the regions or the government “.
Fedriga then remarked that “the regional administration has directly incurred very significant costs to ensure the safety of citizens and provide the best possible care. Costs that have heavily affected the budget of Friuli Venezia Giulia, based mainly on tax revenues from the territory, and which have not yet been reimbursed, as part of those supported through the Civil Protection or by our health system which is not part of the national health fund “.