The chapter illustrates simplification policies in Italy, clarifying their main problems. First, procedures are too long: even though deadlines for the conclusion of procedures have been set, administrations seldom respect them. Second, procedures are too complex and excessively burdensome, both for the citizens and the economic players involved; on the other hand, the extension of participation to a number of administrations pursuing different public interests leads to cross veto powers and to ever longer procedures. Third, there are too many procedures concerning the same issue, for which different administrations are competent: for example, if a specific economic activity has to be started, more than one authorization can be necessary.
M. De Bellis, V.C.I. (2016). Policies of administrative simplification: Italy. In Jean Bernard Auby (a cura di), Droit comparé de la procédure administrative - Comparative Law of Administrative Procedure. Bruylant.
|Autori:||DE BELLIS, M; Cerulli Irelli, V|
|Titolo:||Policies of administrative simplification: Italy|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2016|
|Settore Scientifico Disciplinare:||Settore IUS/10 - Diritto Amministrativo|
|Tipo:||Capitolo o saggio|
|Tipologia:||Contributo in libro|
|Citazione:||M. De Bellis, V.C.I. (2016). Policies of administrative simplification: Italy. In Jean Bernard Auby (a cura di), Droit comparé de la procédure administrative - Comparative Law of Administrative Procedure. Bruylant.|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||03 - Contributo in libro|