The president of the Popular Party in the northern municipality, Angel Montañés, explains that “the socialist government argues that this issue has already been debated and that it is impossible to do so again, when the reality is that the opposition has not received any information about this project for more than two years.” For Montañés, «It is shameful that the Government of the Socialists, which has championed the false dialogue so much, now uses a legal tool to avoid talking about the dock, which is clear evidence that they are afraid to do so.
Angel Montañés considers that «the PSOE has turned its back on the major projects in Puerto de la Cruz and therefore rejects a debate in this case on the most important of them: the port of Cross port».
The also deputy spokesman of the PP believes that “the mayor has thrown away the important advances experienced between 2015 and 2019, which defined the project and its financing, and now it’s condemning our city to stagnation, taking refuge in obscurantism and inaction ».
The PP insists that “the worst enemy that Puerto de la Cruz has at the moment is Marco González”
The Popular Party insists that «the worst enemy that Puerto de la Cruz has at the moment is Marco Gonzalez, who has bowed to the claims of his colleagues from other administrations not to invest a single euro in the renewal of the municipality.
For the popular, “this inaction” of the local government It will not be enough to prevent monographically speaking at the municipal headquarters about the long-awaited port of the city and they announce that they are studying to appeal the aforementioned resolution and get the plenary session to be held, in which the Government of PSOE and ACP “He will have to make it clear what steps he has taken to achieve this” since coming to power in June 2019.
The PP and CC already urged the PSOE to clarify the “real situation” of the long-awaited dock and maritime park project in Puerto de la Cruz in mid-September. Both political formations consider it key to generate economic development in the north of Tenerife and to contribute to “balancing the island”. The royal mayor and regional deputy, Manuel Domínguez (PP), announced then that it would raise a question to the Parliament of the Canary Islands to try to know “the real status of the project procedures to know if there is interest or not in developing it.”
The Government of Puerto de la Cruz (PSOE-ACP) He responded to CC and PP that he does not renounce the long-awaited project of a sports, fishing and tourist pier, but considers that “the technical viability of the work must still be clarified” through the “essential environmental impact assessment.” Its objective is to “accelerate the procedures” so that it is carried out is an environmental evaluation to “elucidate once and for all the technical viability of the construction project”, and return the competence in its planning of the Island Council to the Government of the Canary Islands.