Reconstruction 'long and complex', Marini tells ANSA forum
(ANSA) - Rome, march 2 - The reconstruction after last year's
earthquakes in central Italy will be "long and complex," Umbria
Governor Catiuscia Marini told an ANSA forum Thursday.
Saying that there would be "no delay" in delivering new
prefabricated wooden housing for the quake-hit, Marini recalled
that many small towns and villages had been "destroyed" and
Norcia, for example, had 75% of its buildings damaged.
Some 100 houses would be delivered by the end of March,
Different procedures are needed for the emergency, she said,
stressing that an "alliance" was needed to help tourism recover
after part of the tourist season had been "compromised".