Rome, 15 Sept. (Labitalia) – Provide for the inclusion in the bill exclusively of the costs of real consumption, offloading the ancillary costs on the public debt and covering them with funds from the NRP. This is the proposal, taken up by Adnkronos / Labitalia, against the ‘expensive bill’ and launched by Uiltec, the trade union of textile, energy and chemical workers.
“As stated by the Minister of Energy Transition Cingolani in the month of July, it is necessary to avoid – the national secretary of the union, Andrea Bottaro, explains to Adnkronos / Labitalia – the boomerang effect on the energy transition, or that indirect costs weigh on consumers with heavy burdens in the bill “.
“And Cingolani – continues Bottaro – intervened fearing the risk that the increases in the bill could reach up to 40% compared to the current costs. The average estimate is 500 euros more per family, a disproportionate figure that is difficult to sustain – attacks the trade unionist – from Italian families. 1.3 billion allocated by the government as compensation will not be enough, a strongly incisive intervention is needed. In our view, the parliamentary debate is in a position to support our proposal which provides for the inclusion in the bill only of the costs of real consumption, offloading the ancillary costs on the public debt and covering them with the funds of the NRP “, he concludes.