Matteo Salviniguest of door to door, in connection with dear bills spoke of one “Moratorium on the disconnection of municipal services”. What exactly is it about? Leader Carroccio may have foreseen a measure that the Meloni government could approve, modifying the aid decree.
Dear bill, what is the “posting moratorium”
What is the “posting moratorium” that Matteo Salvini talked about on expensive bills? Guest of door to door, the carroccio leader may have predicted one of the Meloni government’s next measures. Specifically, it would be stop, possibly for at least six months, electricity and gas cuts for non-payers. Currently, in fact, energy companies they can disconnect their services – gas or light – starting 41 days after a backlog expires. To do this, you do not even need the intervention of a technician in the house in question. Companies can really proceed directly from their headquarters.
In this case, a moratorium would prevent electricity and gas from being blocked for six months (or in any case for a period of time set by the government), in order to helping those struggling to pay their bills due to rising prices. Another measure, in this sense, could be the longer payment in installments, beyond the 10 months that are already foreseen.
Measures to combat high energy prices
Among other measures foreseen for expensive bills, there should be confirmation for the month of December of the 40% tax deduction on company invoices. As determined by the aid decree, this deduction must remain valid for all businesses that have consumption over 4 kilowatt hours. The measure, which could require up to 4.7 billion euros, also affects small businesses, such as hotels and bars, and not just energy-intensive companies.
The future of del bonus of 150 euros for families with income below €20,000 per year. The executive can decide to increase it, or intervene for the social discount on the bill, which today applies to those who have ISEE up to 12 thousand euros.
Finally, among the decisions that the executive will soon have to take it up on fuel excise duty cuts. In the last Council of Ministers of the Draghi government, the cut (from 30 cents for gasoline, about 10 for diesel) was extended until November 17. However, in the last period the average price of gasoline has fallen, while that of diesel remains high.