SANTA CRUZ DE TENERIFE, 27 Oct. (EUROPE PRESS) –
The spokesman for the Government of the Canary Islands, Julio Pérez, admitted this Thursday that within the ‘Pacto de las Flores’ there are “different points of view” but they do not harm the “stability” of the Executive whose government action “is unitary”.
At a press conference to give an account of the agreements of the Governing Council, he commented that it is natural that there are different positions in the “coalition” executives because they are made up of many parties, something that has been seen in recent weeks around Yes, we can with the tourist ecotax, the moratorium or the maritime spaces.
Pérez has commented that the Government is the one that “must make decisions” and guide political action “and it does so jointly”, to the point that he does not perceive that there are “other debates” beyond the positions of people with perspectives different.
In his opinion, this “does not tarnish” the fact that the Government makes “joint decisions” without its own “continuity” being “disturbed”.