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02 July 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 20:33 GMT+2



June 22, 2020

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Filt Cgil returns to call on the government to clarify self-production in ports

The union highlights the need to avoid resumption of a conflicted season

Filt Cgil returns to ask the government for action to make clarity on the possibility of carrying out activities in ports self-production, that is, on the possibility that for carry out the loading and unloading of goods at ports shipping companies, i.e. port users, can employ your own staff. "We reiterate - explained the union referring to the amendment presented to the decree-law Relaunch on self-production in ports - the need for a strengthening action on the existing discipline that governs operations', and in this regard Filt invited the government to "a choice of responsibility to support a necessity that is in the general interest of the Country'.

"The deregulation of port work - highlighted by the Cgil's Transport Federation - it comes at the expense safety at work. The different occasions when distorting interpretations of the norm are recorded and created unfair competition between companies now make action is needed to clarify the respective and distinct areas and port and maritime business roles."

"Our claims - explained the organization trade unions - go in the direction of safeguarding port work, in line with the addresses and the choices on this issue already taken by the legislature with the reform in 2016 but also internationally and, therefore, we believe they should be defended and supported in the debate parliamentary of the conversion of the decree-law Relaunch. Appreciate that within the governing majority there is a strong positioning to support our reasons and we hope that translates into a concrete and responsible support of the whole majority and those in the opposition who understand their End. It should therefore act consistently to ensure that workers and the national port system's dignity of rights and rights already defined and established protections in the rest of Europe and in the world with the support of our European ETF federations and ITF."

"There is no such thing as a a viable alternative to what we ask for. It's a solution necessary to avoid the resumption of a conflicting season that, we believe that the country does not deserve and cannot bear."

PSA Genova Pra'



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