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Share17 January 2020 A meeting on the former Ilva and on the government's plan for the city of Taranto is underway at Palazzo Chigi. The Minister for Economic Development Stefano Patuanelli, the Minister for the South Peppe Provenzano, the Undersecretary of the Presidency of the Council Mario Turco and the CEO of Invitalia, Domenico Arcuri are present with the Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte.
On Monday the memory of the ex Ilva commissioners
The commissioners of the former Ilva, through their lawyers, next Monday will deposit, at the end of the term, the memory of replies in the civil case underway in Milan on the precautionary and urgent appeal to stop the farewell of Arcelor Mittal to the steel pole . The filing with judge Claudio Marangoni, as has been reported by qualified sources, is a sort of act due "otherwise it would be an own goal", pending reaching a more 'full-bodied' agreement on January 31st compared to the pre-agreement last month.
The statement to be filed on Monday by the commissioners' lawyers, to which one of the Milanese prosecutors who intervened in the case should add, follows the 57 pages in which the group's lawyers on 16 December asked the judge to declare "inadmissible and, in any case, to reject the "precautionary appeal of Ilva in extraordinary administration and to" declare inadmissible the acts of intervention of the Public Prosecutor at the Court of Milan, the Codacons, the Puglia Region and the Municipality of Taranto ".
At this point, before the new hearing set for February 7, a further memory of Arcelor Mittal's reply is expected for January 31 , a crucial day for the case of the former Ilva. In fact, as required by the 'head of agreement' signed in the Court of Milan on 20 December between the CEO of Arcelor Mittal Lucia Morselli and the three commissioners Francesco Ardito, Alessandro Danovi and Antonio Lupo, the parties will have until 31 January to reach a more substantial agreement regarding the future of the steel sector which, between employees and related industries, has about 20 thousand workers.
From what has been known the negotiations go on but with difficulty as the game is being played on several tables, from the legal one to the technical ones, from that of Mise to that of Met for public funding. A game in which the commissioners - and the government - have committed themselves to maintaining full employment and, with regard to the industrial plan, are aiming for high-quality steel production in the belief that this will keep Ilva on the market.