Arci Hunting Lazio. With the institutional reforms and the consequent transfers of competences from the provinces to the regions of many functions, many users with their problematic needs answers will find themselves in a limbo of uncertain duration until this functional reorganization is completed.
Among these users there are all fans of the hunting world who lose a strategic point of reference such as the Province, which grouped the peculiarities of this world in the context of the territory where it was practiced.
I am not here to defend or denigrate the reform rules that are necessary in a context of institutional simplifications. But I repeat a concept: it is extremely dangerous to transfer competences, personnel, functions, responsibilities of a public administration to another public structure not yet ready to receive the complexity of administrative facts unrelated to its current function. This situation, if well planned, would not have created anything uncomfortable peculiarity but unfortunately it is not so in the land of Tuscia.
Perhaps it was not thought that the province as a territorial planning body has issued regulations that have planned activities that today, with this transfer of competences to the region, there is no longer the certainty of their value and applicability.
These administrative acts in many cases represented not only a way of organizing an activity, but said acts took into account the characteristic peculiarities on where they were applied without distorting the natural context. Today in a scenario where you see the region, certainly more equipped for its size and organizational characteristics, will you be able to do this?
Going into the merits to give an example, will the hunting cards still be given by the municipalities, associations or will they have to be delivered to the hunters in some regional office yet to be defined?
The provincial tax that was paid by the hunters will still be paid to the province which will then pay it to the region, but will the purpose of the money in the regional mare magnum be the same for the activities for which they were intended?
Will the current Atc elected with the province in full activity, which have made the same reference point for their acts and the consequent control, acquire the programming for which they were established or will they be managed by the region with general guidelines?
How long will it take with the regional bureaucracy to issue a fishing license, a mushroom card, to set up an examining commission to acquire a hunting license and when will it take to be delivered?
Last but not least all the regulations for selection hunting, boar hunting, which no longer have their effectiveness, as they will impact on these specificities that live only because there are certain rules.
Chaos will reign, taking into account that there are over 100 wild boar hunting teams that no longer have the assigned hunting areas since yesterday and will not know who to submit the application for the presentation of the team due on June 30th.
To date, if the Region does not take the situation in hand and immediately begins to operate, we will experience a hunting season in absolute chaos, perhaps with a hunting calendar but with great difficulty in practicing it.
But the Region must be prudent because homogenizing regulations or other acts without taking into account the agro-silvo-postoral characteristics would be an irreversible tragedy since Viterbo is different from Latina like Frosinone da Rieti not to mention Rome.
Therefore I hope that the deafening silence of those who represent the hunting world will come out, as the income from position no longer leads anywhere, and will claim the rights of hunters.
I urge the regional councilors elected in the land of Tuscia to urge the Region to quickly put in place all those tools that can put all Lazio hunters in conditions to be able to live their passion while respecting the environment of their culture while maintaining those experiences that up to now have given stability and transparency in this world.
President Arci hunting
(April 12, 2016)