Draghi to sign civil service ‘innovation pact’

(ANSA) – ROME, MAR 8 – Premier Mario Draghi is set to start
work on cutting red tape one of the priorities of his
government, by signing an “innovation pact” with civil service
unions on Wednesday, sources said Monday.
    The former European central banker, who has promised the EU long
awaited reforms to the civil service and justice system, will
sign the pact with the leaders of Italy’s big three union
federations, CIGL, CISL and UIL.
    Civil Service Minister Renato Brunetta will also be in
attendance.
    The accord is formally called “pact for the innovation of the
civil service and social cohesion”.
    Cutting business-stifling red tape and speeding Italy’s
snail-paced justice system are two of the priorities Draghi has
set in order to implement over 200 billion euros of EU COVID
recovery funding. (ANSA).
   

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