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ACRO E-mail Archive Thread: FW: Italian Senate fires NAC Board



                


Thread: FW: Italian Senate fires NAC Board

Message: FW: Italian Senate fires NAC Board

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From: Salvadori Luca <lsalvadori at batman.laben.it>

Date: Fri, 02 Feb 1996 14:54:11 UTC


Message:

  
Hi,

Some news from Italy: a sort of revolution is happening even in NAC.
More detalis on AeroWEB (http://aeroweb.lucia.it).

Luca Salvadori <lsalvadori at batman.laben.it>

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From: lsalv at aeroweb.lucia.it (Luca Salvadori)
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Subject: Italian Senate does not ratify National Aero Club nominations
Date: 2 Feb 1996 13:26:42 +0100
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Transport Commission of Italian Senate expressed negative opinion to
the confirmation by the Governement of the nominations to the Board
of Italian National Aero Club (AeCI), following Oct '94 elections.
The news has been reported by press agencies and commented in "Il
Sole 24 Ore" on Jan 31th, 1996.
Even if AeCI Board is elective, a Governement ratification is necessary
by Law, being AeCI a Public Institution.
The fact, which never happened before, opens two possible sceneries:
1) - Governement Board, observing the negative opinion of the Parliament
to the confirmation of AeCI Board, dismisses the Board itself and appoints
a Commissioner, waiting to celebrate new elections or to take other
relevant measures.
2) - Governement Board do not take into account Commission's opinion and
ratifies the nominations, posing itself in open contrast with the
Parliament.
In both cases a period of further confusion is to be expected in Rome
offices of AeCI.


                


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