SANTA CRUZ DE TENERIFE, Dec 14 (EUROPA PRESS) –
The plenary session of the Canary Islands Parliament unanimously approved this Tuesday, at the proposal of the Chamber Board, the creation of a study commission on the effects of the volcanological crisis and reconstruction on the island of La Palma.
Deputy Vidina Espino and Ricardo Fernández (Mixed Group), Jesús Chinea (ASG Group), Francisco Déniz (Sí Podemos Canarias Group), Luis Campos (NC Group), Lorena Hernández (Popular Group), Jonathan took part in the debate on the initiative. by Felipe (Nationalist Group) and Jorge González (Socialist Group).
After the debate, the president, Gustavo Matos, explained that this commission aims to be “a meeting place, giving a voice to those who have something to say about the future and reconstruction of the island.” He noted that this body “will transfer the idea that has remained latent in these almost three months: what happens on one island happens on all.”
For Matos, “the news is the unity and the establishment of a common roadmap, the creation of that purposeful space of hope for the palm trees and palm trees.” He indicated that once the commission’s work is completed, the conclusions “will mark the way forward for La Palma to regain its social and economic pulse.”
The president recalled that since the eruption began on September 19, parliamentary activity has been focused mainly on the volcanological crisis. “What is happening in La Palma has had a permanent transfer through the seventy deputies and deputies and also through the Government.”