the immense variety and the qualitative and quantitative richness of the archaeological, architectural, historical and artistic, en‐
vironmental and natural, archival and book heritage existing in Italy.
the lack of available economic and financial resources,
the extremely tense climate which is characteristic of the present stage of growth and transformation of Italian society,
Taking into consideration the fundamental cultural contributions continuously provided by Italian experts, not only to the knowledge
of the history of art but also to theories of conservation and to the practice of restoration,
Noting also, in comparison with other countries, the permanent involvement of the Parliament, the Italian Government and, above all,
of the concerned public services in the conservation of the cultural heritage…