The Port Authority of Seville began operations on 1 January 1993. It is the public body responsible for managing the state-run port of Seville and the Guadalquivir Euroway (E-60 02), and the 90 kilometres from the mouth of the river in the Atlantic Ocean. It belongs to the Ministry of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda. It is governed by Legislative Royal Decree 2/2011, of 5 September, passing the Revised Text of the Law of State Ports and the Merchant Navy.
The following competences are the responsibility of the Port Authority of Seville:
The resolutions of authorization or recognition of compatibility that arise to the personnel of the Port Authority of Seville can be consulted through the following link of the Transparency Portal.
The agreements signed by the Port Authority of Seville are entered in the national Electronic Register of Cooperation Organs and Instruments and published in the Transparency portal of the Spanish Government.
The right of access to public information is included in article 105 b) of the Spanish Constitution, where it is expressed as a non-fundamental right of legal status, due to its inclusion in Title IV of the Constitution (organic section dealing with the Government and Administration), instead of Title II (dogmatic section dealing with fundamental rights).
You can request information from the Port Authority of Seville through its electronic office.