Posillipo, the TAR agrees with the committees: "The gate to the Donn'Anna beach must be reopened"

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Posillipo, the TAR agrees with the committees: "The gate to the Donn'Anna beach must be reopened"

“The gate to the Donn'Anna beach must be reopened”: the Campania Regional Administrative Court agrees with the committees: “The principle of guaranteeing the accessibility and usability of the coast for citizens has been affirmed”.

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The gate to Donn'Anna beach must be reopened. The Campania Regional Administrative Court ruled in favor of the committees that asked for the suspension of the measure to close the access gate to Posillipo beach. This was made known by Alberto Lucarelli, jurist and full professor of Constitutional Law , who speaks of a “great victory for the National Coordination of Free Seas, of Euplea and of the Committees for free, clean and free seas”.

Lucarelli spoke of “a provision that the Port Authority had inexplicably reiterated in October, despite the fact that the TAR had previously ordered access to the beach to always be guaranteed. This therapeutic obstinacy of the Port Authority is once again declared illegitimate”, explains the jurist in a long post on his social profiles, underlining that “the TAR in the latest ordinance does not simply suspend its effects in the precautionary judgment, but affirms the principle of guaranteeing the accessibility and usability of the coast for citizens “.

This is the last chapter, in chronological order, of a long tug of war, which began several years ago and which sees continuous appeals to the Campania Regional Administrative Court and just as many rulings. Now, hopefully, the final word: within 20 days, therefore, the Port Authority “will have to adopt all the necessary measures to guarantee safe usability”. Next “round”, therefore, by February 21st. “I am happy that what I have been supporting for years is taking shape in jurisdictional measures”, Lucarelli further explained, “especially by making the public goods-rights relationship prevail over the public property-goods relationship”.

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