Lunedì, 24 Settembre 2018

Govt chauffeured limo pool shrinks by 13.7%


Rome, June 28 - The government's pool of
chauffeured limousines has fallen 13.7% since January 2012 as
part of spending cuts spurred by public anger over the perks of
a scandal-hit political and managerial class, the civil-service
ministry said Friday.
Siren-blaring so-called 'blue cars' which regularly irk
motorists and pedestrians as they halt traffic around Italy,
have become an embodiment of what voters see as the undeserved
privileges of government officials and public-sector managers.
Successive governments have vowed to shrink the fleets but
the first real drive began last year amid widespread voter
disenchantment that produced an unexpectedly big
anti-establishment vote in the February general election.
Blue-car numbers fell 6.3% in the first five months of 2013,
the ministry said.

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