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Transparency on TAV - Conte-Di Maio-Toninelli

Ministers meet 'Si TAV' reps in favour of rail project

Transparency on TAV - Conte-Di Maio-Toninelli

Rome, December 5 - Premier Giuseppe Conte, Deputy Premier and Industry and Labour Minister Luigi Di Maio, and Transport Minister Danilo Toninelli said after meeting 'Si TAV' campaigners for the completion of the Turin-Lyon high-speed rail line Wednesday that "transparency, listening, balance and a pragmatic approach are the key words that mark our action, as it has been till today and will be also for all the other infrastructural works". They said "this government wants to launch a signal of attention for Turin and it is in the field for relaunching the economy and the productive fabric of all the territory, with investments and support for business". Di Maio's 5-Star Movement has succeeded in putting the project off pending a cost/benefit analysis despite its League partner's support for completing it. On the cost/benefit analysis, Conte, Di Maio and Toninelli said Wednesday that the government had reaffirmed "its commitment to act in a required but swift time frame". They said the meeting with the Si TAV representatives had been "long and fruitful" and the three ministers had "listened to the arguments in favour of the TAV". "I'm absolutely not a no TAV", said Toninelli. "I'm on the side of Italians and I want make sure that public money is spent well on infrastructures," he said. He also said it was "false" that Italy would lose 75 million euros a month if the project is not completed. The head of a Turin small-business association said Wednesday the government had assured them there would be a response on the TAV high-speed rail link between Turin and Lyon before next year's European elections in May. Ascom Torino President Maria Luisa Coppa said at a press conference of Piedmont businesses in favour of the TAV that "the government assured us that the letter signed yesterday with France is not a way to put off the TAV and that there will be a response before the European vote". The government has put the project on ice pending a cost/benefit analysis. One of the two government partners, the 5-Star Movement, is against the TAV and has promised the large No TAV lobby that it will be blocked. The other partner, the League, is in favour of completing the project. There is a rising Si TAV movement, mainly among businesspeople, that is contesting the No TAV campaign. France warned recently the project might lose EU funds if it were delayed for too long. The postponement of the publication of the tenders of TAV company TELT "freezes per se any aspect of the procedure," transport ministry sources said Tuesday. Transport Minister Danilo Toninelli earlier said that on Monday he signed with his French counterpart Elisabeth Borne "a letter to jointly ask TELT to publish the tenders first expected in December after the end of 2018". Some 60% of Italian businesses called for the project to go ahead in a major meeting in Turin Monday, along with other blocked infrastructure projects.

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