(ANSA) – ROME, 11 JUN – “For decades the legislator has regulated only professional sports performance, while the amateur one does not yet exist. The lack of a substantial discipline has led to the absence of protections, operational difficulties and strong interpretative uncertainties on the classification of operators. And it still determines the risk of differences in treatment “. This was stated by Valentina Vezzali, Undersecretary for Sport, during the conference organized by the Us Acli within the SportINTour in Pesaro entitled ‘Social sport and for all: areas of intervention and connections between the reform of sport and the third sector’, scheduled in the Astra Cinema. “Sport needs an ad hoc discipline given its versatility – he continued -. And here we sell to decree 36 n.2021 which implemented the delegation law of 2019 and represents a meritorious attempt to overcome the old cliché for which those who work in sport are professionals, those who play are amateurs. Now we are working to make corrections to decree 36 and the goal is to give answers to the various areas of sport, which cannot be satisfied with a one-size-fits-all solution “. (HANDLE).