Thursday 3 June 2021 – 13:17
Rome, Fassina: in the center-left pact there is a relaunch of shareholdings
“Raggi does not make the champion of the common goods”
Rome, June 3 (askanews) – “I read today from the agencies that, according to Virginia Raggi, ‘among the candidates for mayor, both Roberto Gualtieri and Carlo Calenda have indicated for the future of Atac the hypothesis of competing the peripheral lines’. In addition to inviting Roberto Gualtieri to clarify, I inform Mayor Raggi that all the candidates of the center left have signed a Charter of Intent which makes clear the commitment to relaunch municipal companies, as an alternative to tenders for public services ”. Stefano Fassina, left councilor for Rome, candidate in the center-left primaries, points out that in a note he also reminds that “at the time of the referendum promoted by the Radicals to compete for the management of the Tpl in Rome, then liquidate Atac, Sinistra per Roma it was the only political group to make a promoting committee for the No. We are in the field in the primaries of the Center-Left to carry out the line of restructuring and relaunching municipal companies ”. “Instead, I advise the mayor not to expand too much in the role of champion of public goods – underlines Fassina – given his total inertia on water management and considering that his councilor for the budget, thatcherian out of time, deliberately led to the liquidation and privatization risk Farmacap, the 45 municipal pharmacies. Before worrying about the privatizing intentions of the other candidates, Virginia Raggi should avoid the liquidation of Farmacap and confirm it as a special municipal company, as repeatedly confirmed by the motions approved by the Capitoline Assembly ”, he concludes.