SANTA CRUZ DE TENERIFE, Sep 16 (EUROPA PRESS) –
The Deputy Minister of the Presidency of the Government of the Canary Islands, Antonio Olivera, has assumed this Thursday that the political agreement between the regional, central and NC governments to incorporate an amendment to the bill of measures to support the cultural sector and guarantee the fiscal differential of the 80% for filming may cause the call for the Canarias-Estado bilateral commission to decline.
In a press conference to give an account of the agreements of the Governing Council, he has specified, however, that “it is advisable that it be celebrated” even if the agreement that motivated its call has been resolved “and not through the courts, but of a political agreement that embodies the will to seek consensus between the State and the Government. “
In fact, he has pointed out that the call “continues on its way” because the process is activated since the Parliament of the Canary Islands issues a report in which it warns of a modification of the REF.
In the Governing Council this Thursday the Government has reported favorably on the agreement reached in the Senate and will transfer it to the Parliament of the Canary Islands, which will set its position next Tuesday, underlining that the agreement restores “competitiveness” to the audiovisual industry of the islands and guarantees for the future that the tax difference with the rest of Spain is always 80%.