Government Profits from Trust with Superbonus: Tajani Expresses Concerns

Superbonus Bill Approved by Senate Chamber: Deputy PM Antonio Tajani Voices Reservations, But Urges Support for Government

The Superbonus bill has been approved by the Senate Chamber with 101 votes in favor and 64 against, with no abstentions. Antonio Tajani, the deputy prime minister and leader of Forza Italia, expressed some reservations about the bill, particularly regarding retroactive laws. However, he reaffirmed his support for the government and commitment to transparency and honesty in expressing his opinions.

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