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15 December 2018 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 16:47 GMT+1

March 1, 2018

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Mattioli (Confitarma): strong worries for the declarations of the Melons on the occupation of the marine Italians

Between the proposals of Siblings of Italy, the cancellation of the law 30/1998 that has instituted the International Registry

The Shipping president of the Italian Confederation (Confitarma), Mario Mattioli, has written to Giorgia Meloni, deputy and president of the movement Fratelli of Italy, manifesting strong worries of the armament for the declarations which released from the Melons with respect to the occupation of the marine Italians and to the necessity to operate a rivisitazione of the International Registry. Mattioli has manifested to Melons own availability to meet it for being able to supply a complete and precise picture of the situation.

Taking part by telephone to an organized encounter from the Association ‘Marine for the Future’ to Torre del Greco, the Melons, remembering that the slogan of Siblings of Italy is "buys Italian, you hire Italian" and emphasizing that Siblings of Italy support the cause of the Italian marine workers, it has listed the measures that the movement would have the intention of put into effect if, after the general elections of next Sunday, it will go to the government: in the first place to cancel law 30 of 1998, the law that the International Registry has instituted, and to establish that the fiscal facilities are only worth for those ships that embark at least 90% of marine Italians.

Moreover, for FdI, the decontribuzioni Inps of which enjoy the companies navigation must only be worth for the Italian workers. Melons have denounced also the "treacherous competition on the job with underpaid non-EU citizens that put market outside the marine Italians" and have specified that "who works on the Italian ships must speak Italian in order to guarantee more safety and a top quality of the service" and that "the aliens must take in Italy the same demanded qualification to the marine Italians".

At last, according to FdI, it is necessary "see again the agreement between the unions and Confitarma, second which the unions take 190 euros for every boarded sailor on Italian ships, even if non-EU. We - he has specified Melons - want that the Italian unions take 190 euros for every marine boarded Italian and they lose 190 for every boarded non-EU citizen".

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