This lawsuit was the main conclusion of a meeting that, according to all present, will continue to be held in the future. This collaborative work will have its continuation in the coming months to continue sharing common problems that, now more than ever, are essential to propose solutions and methods to get the job done from the Party Councils.
The participating councilors underlined the importance of the Government of the Canary Islands “not only agreeing to the creation of this work table, but should also offer a direct and valid interlocutor to answer the questions and doubts that the different regulations that arise many times. they have been launched in recent months. ‘
The councilors of Fiestas stressed that “many times” have been “abandoned” by the regional government before a sector that brings together not only about 200 groups throughout the island, “but also a wide range of companies and freelancers” that develop their activity in this sector of leisure, culture and parties.
The participants also launched another proposal, which will soon arrive at the Canarian Federation of Municipalities (Fecam), so that within this body «a new work forum is created, as it already exists in other sectors, to channel the demands of their respective work areas focused on the development not only of festivals, but also of cultural and folkloric events. and identitarians who need constant support from public administrations so that the traditions that have a lot to do with the cultural and social heritage of the different corners of the islands continue ”.
The meeting already started from the commitments agreed in the previous meeting that were endorsed in this meeting in which the public representatives of the Tenerife towns of Arona, Buenavista del Norte, Güímar, Tacoronte and Los Silos excused their presence. The councilors responsible for the festivities of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Candelaria, Los Realejos, Santiago del Teide, La Orotava, Garachico and the tourist city itself did participate.