The stress and pressure to reach a solution increased
on both sides and Italy’s government created a diversified commission where
both parts could take the floor and defend their ideas, this commission had 19
members (11 Italians, 7 South Tyrolese and 1 Ladin Speaker) and their main
objective was to collect proposals to tackle the issue of autonomy using has support
the Gasperi-Gruber agreement.  The result
of this commission was not satisfactory but it turned out to be the basis for
negotiations along the years to come between all the parts involved . Also, the
fact that Italy was back then in a more receptive and tolerant climate with the
centre-left governments boosted the negotiations and led to the creation of a
compromise in the year of 1969.