The Aid decree came into force on 18 May. This is the fifth measure launched by the government to deal with the economic, humanitarian and military consequences of the war in Ukraine. Now the text has begun its process of converting it into law in the Chamber (expires July 16). But the countdown for implementation has already started: the Aid decree will need 14 implementing measures to make certain fundamental rules operational, such as the bonus for the self-employed, the one for public transport passes, or the disbursement of resources. to companies damaged by the Ukrainian crisis. Below are the most anticipated measures.
The decree of the Ministry of Labor (in agreement with that of the Economy) to establish the criteria for the distribution of the 500 million for 2022 for the one-off to be allocated to workers must be passed by 17 June autonomous e professionals. By July 17, however, the decree of the Ministry of Labor (in agreement with the Economy and Infrastructures) with the procedures for submitting applications for the release of the voucher for the use of public transport for families in need.
The decrees of the President of the Council of Ministers (Dpcm) will then be needed for the appointment of one or more extraordinary commissioners of the Government for the construction of works and infrastructures related to the needs of decarbonization e regasification. A provision from the director of the Revenue Agency is awaited to define the implementation procedures for the sale and traceability of the tax credit the extraordinary contribution in favor of companies with a high consumption of natural gas. With a decree of the Ministry of Economy, after consulting the Regulatory Authority for energy, networks and the environment, the distribution criteria of the 30 million for each of the years from 2024 to 2043 will be defined to limit the risk borne by businesses regasification plants that build and manage new works and infrastructures.
A decree of the Minister of Economic Development is expected to define the methods of disbursement of the 130 million in 2022 of the fund for support to businesses damaged from the Ukrainian crisis. By June 17, a decree of the Ministry of the Interior (in agreement with that of the Economy and in agreement with the State-City and Local Autonomy Conference) will have to divide the 80 million per year for each of the years from 2022 to 2024 among the province and the metropolitan cities that have undergone a percentage reduction in 2021 compared to 2019 in the proceeds of the provincial transcription tax (IPT) or Motor TPL higher, respectively, at 16% (IPT) and 10% (Motor TPL).