SANTA CRUZ DE TENERIFE, July 4 (EUROPA PRESS) –
The Cabildo de Tenerife has approved this Tuesday its new organizational structure for the period 2023-2027 that will be distributed in eleven areas and will have Rosa Dávila (CC) as president and Lope Afonso (PP) as first vice president, while José Miguel Ruano and José Carlos Acha will be second and third vice presidents, respectively.
Rosa Dávila will directly assume the area of the Presidency, which includes Equality and Diversity, Finance and Strategic Projects, and Lope Afonso will assume the area of Tourism, Foreign Action and Institutional Relations.
José Miguel Ruano will be insular councilor for the Presidency, Administration and Public Service, Territorial Planning and Historical Heritage and within the area, María Candelaria Padrón will be councilor with special delegation of Citizen Attention and Quality of Services, collects a note from the Cabildo.
For her part, Águeda Fumero will be the Island Councilor for Social Action, Inclusion and Volunteering, while Blanca Pérez will serve as Island Councilor for the Natural Environment, Sustainability, Security and Emergencies.
Manuel Fernández will be Island Councilor for Industry, Commerce, the Primary Sector and Animal Welfare. Within the area, Valentín González will be a director with a special delegation for the Primary Sector and Animal Welfare, while Krysten Martín will be a director with a special delegation for Commerce and Business Support.
The Mobility area will be led by the island councilor María Eulalia García, while Dámaso Arteaga will be the councilor with the special delegation for Highways. For his part, José Carlos Acha is the insular councilor of the Culture, Museums and Sports area, acting as councilor with the Sports delegation, Yolanda Moliné.
Efraín Medina has been appointed island councilor for the area of Employment, Education and Youth. Within the area, Serafín Mesa will be a counselor with a special delegation for Training and Youth, while Juan Manuel Acosta will be a counselor with a special delegation for Education for Prevention
Sonia Hernández will be Island Councilor for Municipal Cooperation and Housing, while Juan José Martínez will act as Island Councilor for Research, Innovation and Development.