The Italian minister of education, Lorenzo Fioramonti on Wednesday to let them know his position. He decided that he would do this, since his department is not in the billions, has been, according to him, the need for the education system in the country.
Fioramonti, has resigned his post on the 23rd of december, in a letter to the prime minister by Giuseppe Conte, has been announced.
At his office, and threatened Fioramonti with the board as to the expenditure on education is not a 3 billion euro have been increased in the budget by the year 2020. On Monday, the budget for the 2020 approved by the government, but without the 3-billion-for education.
“It should not come as a surprise that a minister of his word,” said Fioramonti on Wednesday to the Reuters news agency. He will retain his seat in parliament, and said, from going to be the government there to continue to support it.
Italy is in the bottom of the European list of educational investment
According to figures published by the Organisation for Economic co-operation and Development shows that the western countries are, on average, 5 percent of the gross domestic product (gdp) to primary education and tertiary education spending. Italy is at the bottom of the list, with an average investment of up to 3.6 per cent in education.
The board of Fioramonti is hard for the party, and the populist Vijfsterrenbeweging (M5S). The party dominates for a long time, internal dissatisfaction with the party and Luigi Di Maio, and in the course of the game. Earlier this month, took all of five senators co-sponsor of the Vijfsterrenbeweging on some of the more right-of-League party.