The press conference in the Chamber of the League on the proposals to deal with the expensive bill
A Robin Hood tax on Enel & C, next to a budget variance, from a bit of a long time, however, for the League that asks at least 30 billion euros. Waiting for a community response from Brussels and while the alarm of companies at risk of closure due to the expensive bill returns, the government studies the increase in IRES for the energy companies which are benefiting from rising energy prices inflated-billed.
After only the day before yesterday the premier Mario Draghi, in a press conference on the new measures to deal with Covid, had returned to ask for a contribution from those companies “what did they do big profits with this gas price increase”, Is the Minister of Economic Development Giancarlo Giorgetti to explain that “si will go in that direction“, to ask that is a sacrifice at energy company, answering the question of whether the executive intends to tax them with a provision similar to “Robin Hood tax“, then with an increase in Ires. The same secretary of the Northern League, Matteo Salvini calls into question the electric giant led by Francesco Starace.
“We wish that It is in the feel social responsibility. They are doing crazy margins, get on a hand in the conscience and return part of the profits to households and businesses“, ruled the number one of the League. A call in question for the first Italian energy company that instead, the scenario outlined by Salvini is dismantled.
“The company it is certainly not making extra profits from the current energy crisis“, they did know from the group, adding that the increase in gas prices has had a negative impact on companies such as Enel that purchase gas to produce energy. In addition, the company, whose stock today in Piazza Affari closed in negative ground, explained yesterday that it had forward the energy produced, which means that the prices paid now by customers are based on the cost of energy set at least 12 months ago.
Zero additional profits, therefore, from the flare-ups in energy prices due in part to the strong demand and ai concerns about supplies from Russia and ai low levels of gas storage, factors that did skyrocketing bills. A problem to which governments across the Old Continent are looking for solutions to cushion the increase in costs and help businesses and families. Italy has already spent overall more than 8 billion euros since July to curb the increases in energy bills and the latest budget law provides 3.5 billion euros to lighten the impact of extra costs for 29 million families And 6 million micro-enterprises.
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