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13 July 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 12:17 GMT+2



June 5, 2020

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Assoporti expressed full solidarity with Zeno D'Agostino

The association expressed concern about the continuity of the management of ongoing activities one of the most important Italian ports

The Association of Italian Ports (Assoporti) has expressed full solidarity with Zeno D'Agostino that the National Authority Anti-corruption (ANAC) has declared fallen from the position of President of the Port Authority of the Sea Adriatic as it is incompatible with the charge of chairman of the company Trieste Terminal Passengers ( 5 June 2020). The story closely resembles the ban imposed in 2016 from ANAC itself to Massimo Provinciali to hold both the Secretary-General of the Port Authority of Livorno (now port authority of the Tyrrhenian Sea Administrator of the Port of Livorno 2000, a company also involved in traffic management passengers and then participated by the Port Authority held 78% of the capital. In 2016, ANAC had decided that there was a situation of incompatibility because, at the Section 9, paragraph 1, of Legislative Decree 39/2013, "The top administrative posts and the management, however named, in public administrations, supervisory powers or control over activities carried out by regulated or funded private law entities administration, are incompatible recruitment and maintenance during the appointment of positions in regulated or funded private law entities administration or public body that gives the task" ( 5 October 2016).

In a note, the Association of Italian Ports highlighted that "D'Agostino, with commitment and professionalism, brought Trieste airport to achieve important results, in a context in which port system authorities have to make the most of accounts with the application and interpretive difficulties of a particularly complex sector legislative discipline. We note - as Assoporti specified - the deep concern continuity of business management course in one of the most important Italian ports need an administrative garrison operating at the full end of the functions. We therefore hope that further analysis will lead to a resolve any doubts about the legitimacy of the appointment of the to ensure that the governance of a complex port system can be safeguarded.'

D'Agostino has been president of Assoporti since April 2017 to February 2019.

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