Letta announces creation of Italian transport authority

Premier says will propose Camanzi to helm of new regulator

Letta announces creation of Italian transport authority

Rome, July 12 - Italy is set to form a transport authority to regulate the sector, according to information provided by Italian Premier Enrico Letta at the end of a cabinet meeting on Friday. We have ''given life to the transport authority, a measure that has been on hold for much time, but that is very important'', Letta said. ''The process starts today, and will need to be evaluated by parliament''. Letta said the government plans to propose Andrea Camanzi to head the new regulator. The transport authority will, if approved by parliament, become the latest in a series of state agencies existing in Italy whose mission it is to regulate sectors such as telecommunications and energy. Camanzi is currently serving on the board of the Italian public works regulator Autorità di Vigilanza sui Contratti Pubblici di Lavori, Servizi e Forniture (AVCP). He has in the past worked at former state-owned telecommunications company Telecom Italia. (photo: Transport authority head Andrea Camanzi and Italian Premier Enrico Letta)

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