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04 August 2021 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 07:12 GMT+2

June 9, 2020

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The C.I.S.Co expressed its full solidarity with Zeno D'Agostino

Guerrini: its propulsive and innovative momentum should one of the models that AdSPs should be inspired to make restart the port system

The International Centers for C.I.S.Co expressed full solidarity with Zeno D'Agostino who is been declared by the National Anti-Corruption Authority deceased from the position of President of the System Authority Port of the Eastern Adriatic Sea as it is incompatible with the president of the Company Trieste Terminal Passengers ( 5 June 2020).

"The reasons adopted by ANAC, formally and seemingly correct -- noted the Secretary-General of the C.I.S.Co., Giordano Bruno Guerrini, who is president of the Bureau International des Containers et du Transport Intermodal (BIC) They testify to how justice can be killed. In this case, the Italian port is the victim. Momentum innovator of Zeno d'Agostino - observed Guerrini - should be one of the models to which the System Authorities should be inspired to restart the Italian port system enthged by reforms that have never been fully implemented. The mechanisms to be guillotine that instead watch dutifully on the always possible misresability, are snapped inexorably on who gave if himself to make alive and operational how good the government and the parliament had infused the system after the 2016 reform. We understand - concluded the Secretary-General of the C.I.S.Co. - who instead the oblivious, of those who do not and have not done nothing to implement the reforms, this is one of good practice and there is no similar tool to hunt them before their natural Expiration. Two weights, two measures.'

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