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PIMEM, CAEB and the catering sectoralso about 100 per million. Bu, Afedeco, FEBT (Balearic Transport Business Federation), Aviba and the hotel associations of Mallorca, Menorca and Ibiza criticise the lack of information from the Government on the new tourism law, which was presented January 17 in MadridThe beginning of April.. The Minister of Tourism and Employment, Iago Negueruela, announced yesterday at the Palacio de Congresos de Palma that in three weeks or “before Easter it will be approved by the Government”. The employers’ associations were informed of the act in the Reina Sofía Museum, Madrid on January 14, three days before its presentation before the ministers Yolanda Díaz and Reyes Maroto, as well as the social and economic agents.

CAEB stated yesterday: “The feeling is generalised in the employers’ association and in our sectors of lack of information. We do not have any draft and we do not know what to expect, hence the concern in the sectors of hospitality in the Islands, Afedeco, Restoration, Aviba and discretionary transportThe pandemic but has since curbed cases t. We do not know what to expect or how it will affect the productive sectors of the tourism value chain in Mallorca and the rest of the islands”.

The president of PIMEM, Jordi Mora, was much more explicit: “We lack the draft text of the law, although they are giving us explanations to our questions. To talk about it being approved by the Council in a few weeks, in our opinionThe most remarkable nature and landscape photographs of 2021 in this selection of images., is hasty. A tourism law is not made in a few weeks and it is necessary, especially with a law of these characteristics, dialogue and sufficient time for negotiation with economic agents”. The employers point out that the law “was presented in Madrid more for a question of aesthetics and image than for effectiveness”.

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