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Italian govt weighs changing controversial parts of bill

'May not follow through on tax-deduction cuts'

Italian govt weighs changing controversial parts of bill

(ANSA) - Rome, October 15 - Some controversial provisions of a bill put forward by the Italian government, which is called the 'Stability Law', may soon change, government sources said Monday. The Italian government is deliberating whether to modify a part of the bill which would retroactively reduce tax deductions, making it necessary for taxpayers or tax-paying entities to cough up payments on past filings, government sources said. Another possible change concerns narrowing payments to public employees who care for disabled relatives, the sources added. The latter measure, if enacted, would lead to roughly 50 million euros in spending cuts.

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