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July 22, 2019

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The assembly of Assoporti deliberates a modification of the charter that introduces a new associative structure

Directive team composed by the president, four representative vice-president of the geographic macro-areas of the Country and by a general secretary with administrative functions

Today the assembly of the presidents of the Italian Authorities of Harbour System has deliberated a proposal of modification of the charter of the Association of the Italian Ports (Assoporti) with the scope to return more efficient the activity to the aim to face the numerous changes in existence and in order to assure that the Italian harbour truths are represented all. In synthesis, the new structure of Assoporti will have to be composed from the president who will have to its flank four representative vice-president of the geographic macro-areas of the Country, and a general secretary in order to follow the administrative activity of the association.

Moreover a capillary activity for the association is previewed that, beyond taking care than is attributed to them for law, will have to supply a service of important support for the marine-harbour cluster.

Assoporti has emphasized that the new charter reflects the indications expressed from all the AdSP and is the result of a wide sharing of the objectives of the association. "This statutory passage - it has evidenced the president of Assoporti, Daniele Rossi - represents an important moment for the reconstruction of unitarism of the Italian harbour system, and is testimony of the will of the AdSP to face the current criticalities in way coeso and with propositivo spirit".

A critic to the decided carried out one from the presidents of the AdSP who take part of the association is committee, from outside, by Pasqualino Monti, president of the Authority of Harbour System of the Sea of Western Sicily, the agency that manages the ports of Palermo, Termini Imerese, Trapani and Porto Empedocle that has exited from Assoporti gives beyond a year. According to Monti, "inserted having the harbour reform inside of the reform of Public Administration, has demonstrated and not only is demonstrating to all its inefficiency, but also the uselessness of an associative subject has revealed dramatically, which it is Assoporti, than in the past it represented a valid interlocutor for the institutions and the world of the shipping, and today it constitutes a ghost subject in a field that would need very other instruments and very other roles in order to throw again itself". "I have many times over evidenced - it has added Monti - as the president of a port is a called manager to manage one of the more important industries of the Country, and needs the instruments necessary to face a market that has incompatible times with those of Public Administration and of the bureaucracy that derives some. The necessity today is that more than ever to strengthen the head office of the ports to the Mit, to free the presidents from that "loop" constituted by useless norms that of it they stop the action, slowing down the economic development and financial of the harbour areas and to strengthen the role of the marine authority in the management of safety in the within of navigation avoiding useless overlaps of competence that often the parts end in order to weaken both or in order to hit more the weak person".

In occasion of the today's reunion the assembly of Assoporti also has taken note of the end of the mandate of the general secretary Francesco P. Mariani, to which all the presidents have deep express gratefulness for the job carried out with passion and dedication in these years in favor of the Italian harbour system.

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