MADRID, 26 Feb. (EUROPA PRESS) -
Compromís has registered a bill in Congress to reform the State Ports Law and that the occupancy rates in the Marina de València accrue in favor of the public consortium that manages it, without the Port Authority being able to demand fees from said consortiums or organisms nor to the subjects that hold the different titles of occupation.
The Marina de Valencia was born on the occasion of the America's Sailing Cup in 2007. Its management fell to the central government (40%), the regional government (40%) and the local government (20%) through the Valencia 2007 Consortium. However , its liquidation process began last year, after the State left the consortium after settling an accumulated debt of 400 million euros, corresponding to the celebration of the cup in 2007.
As far as fees are concerned, the consortium maintains a debt of more than 24.7 million euros with the Port Authority of Valencia. The consortium understands that these rates cannot be charged as it is urban land for practical purposes.
This is where the Compromís proposal appears, in the form of a series of modifications to various articles of the law, as well as a new additional provision.
The Valencian formation also proposes modifications so that consortiums and other public bodies that hold management functions for port areas are considered full-fledged managers of the public domain.
The proposal indicates that the consortia will be attached to the port authority or to the corresponding autonomous community, as established in the corresponding statutes.
However, once the regulated segregation procedure has begun, in reference to the water sheet of the Marina dock, the consortium must be "compulsorily" attached to the corresponding autonomous community, in order to prepare the future transfer.
In the case of the Marina de València, in fact, Compromís wants the rule to be effective within a maximum period of three months, so that it does not have to follow the procedure provided for in Law 40/2015, on the Legal Regime of the Public Sector .