May 30, 2018
- Workshop on the topic "Which regulation for the Italian ports"
- Organized from S.I.Po.Tr to, one will hold on 6 June to Rome near the center of the CNEL
- Next the 6 june to Rome, near the Room of Parlamentino of National Council of the Economy and Employment (CNEL) to Lubin Villa, will hold a workshop on the topic "Which regulation for the Italian ports" organized from the Italian Society of Politics of Transports (S.I.Po.Tr to).
- The regolatoria discipline of the Italian ports, also against the recent normative reforms, is evolven decidedly in recent years. The phenomenon "port", for various reasons, has become increasing object attention by a pluralità of administrations and authority, each of which it is expressing own positions relatively to the access at the market, to the organizational models, to the powers of the same traditionally prelocated authorities to the regulation and administration of the Italian ports of call. The organized workshop from SIPoTra intends to examine this phenomenon, and the possible criticalities of a "sovraregolazione" - or a regulation not coordinated - in the national ports.
Tiziano Treu (*), President CNEL
Mario Sebastiani, President SIPoTra
STATE PROPERTY CONCESSIONS, CONCESSIONS OF SERVICES AND CONTRACTS OF OPERAS IN THE PORTS: THE NECESSITY TO MAKE CLARITY
Fabio Cintioli, University of the International studies of Rome
CODE OF CONTRACTS EXECUTED PUBLICS AND INFRASTRUCTURAL WORK FROM THE STATE PROPERTY CONCESSIONAIRES: THE APPLICABLE DISCIPLINE BETWEEN D.LGS. 50/2016, PROHIBITION OF GOLD PLATING, POSITION OF THE COUNCIL OF STATE AND POSITION OF THE ANAC
Francesco Munari, University of the Studies of Genoa and SIPoTra
ACCESS ALLE INFRASTRUCTURES: AGCM AND MIT AND COUNCIL OF STATE VS. ART
Stefano Zunarelli, University of Bologna and SIPoTra
THE ACCESS TO THE HARBOUR SERVICES: SERVICES OF GENERAL INTEREST AND OTHER RESI SERVICES IN THE PORTS
Sergio Carbone, University of the Studies of Genoa
THE ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF THE CONCESSIONS FOR THE VALORIZATION OF THE STATE PROPERTY PATRIMONY
Pietro Spirito, University of the Studies of Naples ‘Federico II’ and SIPoTra
Pierluigi Di Palma, Centro Studi Demetra
Giovanni Pettorino, Commander Generale of the Harbour offices
Francesco P. Mariani, Assoporti
Nereo Marcucci, Confetra
Alessandro Noce, AGCM
(*) Waiting for confirmation