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December 4, 2017

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Filt Cgil, Fit Cisl and Uiltrasporti have proclaimed in order on 15 December a strike of 24 hours in the Italian ports

The unions denounce "the legislative short circuit that carves the provisions in order to throw again the harbour job"

Filt Cgil, Fit Cisl and Uiltrasporti have unitarally proclaimed a strike of 24 hours for next 15 December in the Italian ports, turned to the entire field (working of the former enterprises. article 16,17, 18 law 84/94 and employee of the Authorities of Harbour System), in order to denounce "the legislative short circuit that carves the provisions in order to throw again the harbour job, contained in so-called "corrective the ports" that it introduces new modifications to I decree legislative 169/2016 of reform of the ports".

The three labor organizations have observed that "the Italian portualità as a result of the review of law 84/94, taken part with the emanation of I decree legislative 169/16, needs of flexible structural instruments of participation to support and government of the processes and the active policies by virtue of the new challenges represented from the penetration of the companies of shipping in the property of the terminals, from the concentration of the market and naval gigantism, from the automation more and more pushed of the harbour operations without to forget that the harbour job anticipates characteristic wearing that need of today not existing measures of protection".

Filt Cgil, Fit Cisl and Uiltrasporti have remembered that for these reasons they have offered their contribution "to define an organic text of emendative proposals to the "corrective one" of I decree legislative 169/16, face to tackle to the new requirements of the Italian portualità, through the requalification and formation let alone it sets in action of support to the yield times to I accompany it to the exodus of the workers".

"The competent commission of Chamber and Senate, in the exercise of their functions - they have still remembered the unions - have expressed to seem favorable on the outline of decree in word conditioning it to the recepimento of substantial modifications, between which the forecast that the measures over recalled are dedicated to problematic that they involve the generality of the workers".

Filt Cgil, Fit Cisl and Uiltrasporti have evidenced that "an outline of I decree legislative I yield of I confront between the Ministry of Infrastructures and of the Transports and the organizations of the marine cluster on with of the problematic ones tied to the harbour job that goes to overlap itself contextually with the text of the law budgetary transmitted from the Senate of the Republic to the bringing Chamber of Deputies, among other things, a modification of art. the 17, codicil 15-second of 84/94 law regarding the enterprises and the agencies that distribute the supply of the job in the ports are creating dangerous "an obstruction" from the absolutely uncertain outcomes for the workers of the ports".

The national secretariats of the three unions have therefore express "strong worries for the unavoidable procured legislative short circuit that it carves the provisions, contained in the "Corrective Ports" you turn to throw again the harbour job through structural and wide measures" and have asked the government "to resolve this legislative obstruction and to resume the good job carried out from the Commission of Chamber and Senate on the corrective text of I decree legislative 169/16".

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