Post-earthquake recovery will be concentrated in the city of Bologna, Modena, Ferrara and Mantua.
The Italian government set a state of emergency for 20 days for the cities in the region of Emilia Romagna earthquake that hit last weekend. The Government has also prepared a 50 million euro for post-disaster recovery.
During his visit to the refugee camps of Finale Emilia earthquake on Tuesday, Prime Minister Mario Monti will also consider a temporary cessation of the taxpayer for the victims of the earthquake.
“As soon as possible, we will make provision with respect to the payment of fiscal,” said Monti, as reported by the Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday, May 23, 2012.
This decision would be very helpful about 5260 people left homeless and are now in refugee camps. At least, it really helps them through tough times.
During a state of emergency in force, the civil protection agency officials to engage in recovery operations without having to obtain permission from the local city government to do so. Recovery will be concentrated in the city of Bologna, Modena, Ferrara and Mantua.
Earthquake of 5.9 magnitude shook Italy on Saturday, killing at least seven people and wounded 50 others. As a result, many historic buildings collapsed and damaged farmland. Agricultural losses caused by the earthquake is estimated at 200 million euros