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August 3, 2012

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Filt-Cgil, Fit-Cisl and Uiltrasporti reject the hypothesis of deregulation of the technical-nautical and harbour services

According to the unions, it is the hour to end it with attempts of somewhat imaginative applications of law 84/94

Filt-Cgil, Fit-Cisl and Uiltrasporti, replying to a correspondent from some shipowners to the government in which technical-nautical and the harbour ones ask the deregulation for services, have evidenced that such services are characterized by various factors which “elevated professionality on the operations carried out, possibility of verification of the work safety conditions and in particular for the technical-nautical services they contribute effectively to safety of navigation”.

“They go therefore rejected - they have explained the genoese secretariats of the three unions - the attempts to unload on the workers the effects of the crisis; we cannot absolutely afford - they have emphasized Enrico Ascheri (Filt-Cgil), Ettore Torzetti (Fit-Cisl) and Marco Odone (Uiltrasporti - the lowering of the standards of safety so laboriously reached, holding also account of the ulterior road that still is from making such purpose. In particular the port of Genoa is a port highly structured; we consider therefore the demand for the shipping signers of the aforesaid letter not technically justified”.

“The social peace guaranteed until now in the ports (highly strategic element for a nation) - they have found Ascheri, Torzetti and Odono - is reached thanks to the responsibility of all. We consider that it is the hour to end it with attempts of somewhat imaginative applications of law 84/94.
We restate therefore with force - they have concluded - than safety of navigation in port and that on the job does not have to be variable subjected to the greater profit species if to ask it they are which already benefits not little financings from the State”.

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