(ANSA) - Torino, February 13 - The leader of Italy's
influential industrial employers' association Giorgio Squinzi on
Thursday railed against Italian bureaucracy and called for an
overhaul of the public administration.
"It is necessary to reorganise the public administration in
order to free the country from bureaucracy and oppressive
rules," the Confindustria chief told members of the business
community in Turin.
"These are the terrain on which corruption and
maladministration thrive," Squinzi continued.
The leader of Confindustria advocated rethinking
administrative procedures and identifying award mechanisms and
sanctions for public employees.