Giovedì, 18 Ottobre 2018
CATANZARO

Premier Letta meets regional authorities from across Italy

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Catanzaro, May 27 - Authorities in southern Italy
said Monday they are confident that additional healthcare costs
that might have totaled two billion euros next year can be
avoided.
Antonella Stasi, vice-president of Calabria's regional
government, said that after a meeting with regional chiefs and
Premier Enrico Letta, she was optimistic that rising healthcare
costs could be contained.
Healthcare and regional development were two of the top
priority topics during the meeting.
Regional leaders also asked that Letta's government relax
demands under the country's internal stability pact, to give
them more time to adjust their finances.
"We stressed the urgent need for a revival of (the south)
through economic measures," including a relaxation of the
"vise-tightening" contained in the stability pact, said Stasi.
In his inaugural address to MPs in late April, Letta called
for a "softening of the internal stability pact," which involves
various taxes and other budget measures.

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