AdSP: Di Majo denies transfer of Secretary General Roberta MaciiPresident of AdSP Francesco Maria Di Majo denies through the press the rumors about the alleged transfer to Livorno of new Secretary General Roberta Macii
We receive and publish the following press release:
CIVITAVECCHIA, 24th August 2017. “Rumors about a possible transfer of current Secretary General of Port System Authority of the Center-North Thyrrenian Sea, Doctor Roberta Macii to the AdSP of Livorno are completely false and biased and they have no true basis”.
Declares President of Port System Authority of the Center-North Thyrrenian Sea Francesco Maria di Majo.
'Rumors about a possible transfer of current Secretary General of Port System Authority of the Center-North Thyrrenian Sea, Doctor Roberta Macii to the AdSP of Livorno are completely false and biased and they have no true basis.'
Francesco Maria Di Majo, Presidente AdSP
"Doctor Macii and I - continues President of AdSP - have an excellent collaboration relationship and we are tackling together the most complex matters, with a professional synergy that I am sure will soon show results.
We are examining the full bodied and complex dossier on very delicate situations, for instance, the deal with Grimaldi Group, which affects not only the rates but also the programming of spaces and lines, the litigation Totalerg, that does not stop despite the many legal fronts.
For this kind of questions, the Administration has chosen a line of conduct of utmost discretion, because every flight of news, especially inaccurate, could affect the outcome of the operations. I am, therefore, away from everything that has been confusingly and incorrectly reported in recent days on the local newspapers on the content of those negotiations".
I would like to reiterate - concludes Di Majo - that the Secretary General has my professional confidence and esteem".
Also directly concerned by today's article, Dr. Roberta Macii, keeps us promptly to refute these rumors about her future in Livorno.
"I have no intention of leaving this AdSP - reaffirms the Secretary General - where, from the beginning, I have established excellent professional relations not only with President Di Majo, but also with all the technical and operative department".
"It is true - specifies Macii - that we are starting a collaboration with the AdSP in Tuscany, but also with Ancona and with many others as indicated by the law on the reform of ports last August, which foresees, among other things, also a national conference of coordination at the Ministry of Infrastructure with the task of harmonizing national strategic choices within the port".
"The rumors appeared on an article today of Il Messaggero - continues Dr. Macii - are totally unfounded, about my supposed not "liking" the absences of President Di Majo to some fundamental and delicate appointments, such as that on the possible landing of migrants and on negotiations with Grimaldi Group."
"In the first case - says General Secretary - we are perfectly coordinated with President Di Majo, who participated in first person to important meetings in Prefecture and has met with Minister Delrio and with the Head of Department on Immigration at the Viminale, while I have intervened in more technique and local meetings.
"In the second case - concludes Macii - it is important to specify that Di Majo has never missed a meeting, following personally deals with Grimaldi, as indeed confirmed to trade unions in a long meeting held at Civitavecchia last 22th August, due to the crisis of Cilp".