The former president of the Cabildo de Tenerife, Peter Martinadvanced yesterday after the proclamation of Rosa Davila (CC) as the new president of the Island Corporation that the Socialist Party is not going to develop an opposition “bent on entangling and doing harm” in these four years but they are going to be “forceful and demanding” with the inspection work before the new government group made up of Canarian Coalition and the Popular Party. Deep control, but without cainismo to summarize.
Martin advanced that will continue to lead the socialist group in the insular opposition not to carry out a “resentful” task, but to seek to lend a hand to the new Government to solve the great problems of the Island.
He asked the new insular executive to maintain what has already been started, such as, among other matters, the projects in the pending works on Highways with the Government of the Canary Islandsspecify the subsidies for the primary sector or take advantage of the European Next Generation funds “to walk towards a sustainable future”
The former socialist president makes it clear that he will comply with the inspection but “without cainism”
Pedro Martín warned that in the PSOE He is going to be “very present and very aware” of the projects that have been launched and is willing to collaborate with any initiative that they believe is good for Tenerife, and he hoped that the “enormous work” carried out in terms of roads be continued or the boost that has been given to the island’s airports.
Martín stressed that, unlike the last term, there is now a government “broad enough” for the initiatives to move forward, and advanced that tomorrow (for today) he will begin to carry out the task at his job and will join the opposition as soon as the plenary sessions of the Cabildo begin: “So I will be here,” he said.
An example of “completed work” for “whoever comes behind” are the calls approved last week by the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries that are intended for “traceability -the registration and tracking of production- of wines from Tenerife, the protection of native breeds and the sale of local products. The three subsidies mean concluding with all the aid that had to be obtained by competition in this exercise in the primary sector. The objective is that farmers and ranchers can receive aid as soon as possible.
The Island Government Council approved the bases and the announcement of these three aids for a total amount of 340,810 euros, destined to the recovery and improvement of native livestock breeds (150,000 euros), to the traceability of wines (150,000 euros and to the marketing of agri-food products (40,810 euros).
An act with a capacity limit
As already happened with the inauguration of the new councilors of the Tenerife Council, on June 27 in the Noble Hall, the capacity limit of the Plenary Hall did not allow the media to access the place and they had to follow the session, in this case the two sessions, from some screens enabled precisely in the Noble Hall -on the 27th they were located in the annexed Sala Borges-. Nor could everyone who wanted to do so access. In fact, the political groups with representation only had the possibility of obtaining five reservations and some relevant figures of all stripes were left out although, like all sons of neighbors, they were able to follow what was happening live on social networks. That was not an obstacle for, especially the followers of Coalición Canaria, to wait until the end of the plenary session to express their joy for the proclamation of Rosa Dávila as the first president of the Cabildo de Tenerife since its foundation in 1913. After 31 predecessors, all men | JDM