San Marino. Libera: “The government no longer knows what to invent to make life impossible for citizens”
“In view of an increasingly felt need to streamline the bureaucratic processes and the drafts that weigh down the work of the professionals who are now most committed to compiling the paperwork than to take care of their work, it is clear that this government no longer knows how to invent itself to make it impossible life to those citizens who need to speed up the administrative procedures of the state technical offices “.
Thus Libera, who adds: “The latest found is the amendment to art. 61, paragraph 4 of law 140 of 14 December 2017, introduced with the delegated decree 56/2022, and more specifically in art. 5. For those who are not aware of it, this involves the withdrawal of the concession and the building permit. An indispensable practice for the many professionals, surveyors, architects and engineers, lawyers or notaries who have to work daily in the construction sector. In this substance, the modification, of which the rationale is not really understood, requires that for a requested copy of any project it is mandatory to obtain the delegation of all the other condominiums. Nothing changes for those lucky enough to own a single-family home, so much moves to the many who reside in a condominium. But the circuit that is going to be created is that it is now sufficient that even a single cortomino condo denies the request to block all the practice, effectively plastering any building practice or buyingnda. Now, faced with the need to make life, if nothing else, less complicated for those who work in the sector, because before thinking about solutions that go in the opposite direction, we do not compare ourselves with the professionals involved who could dare concrete points on their experience in the work everyday? Why should we intervene with nonsense that is useless but that can actually block the construction and real estate sector already heavily battered in recent times? As Libera, we can only point out the umpteenth clumsy and amateurish will of this Executive to intervene in sectors where obviously those who produce such decrees are not, ouch us, in the least aware of the world of work and professions “.