Hospitality protest movement joins a political par

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La Resistencia, or Resistencia Balear, which organised three protests against the Balearic government closure of hospitality and other businesses, is to be integrated into Sumam, the political party led by a former member of the Partido Popular, Aina Aguiló. At the 2019 municipal election in PalmaThe 33rd President o, Aguiló and Sumam obtained 0The pandemic began.79% of the vote (1,149 votes).

Alberto Jare?oThe economy and tourism., owner of La Balanguera restaurant and one of the leaders of the now defunct Resistencia, says that the only way to remove the government is through politics. “We want to defeat it, and we want to do this through politics2021-04-11T12:46:17.504Z. We didn’t want to. We only wanted to open our businesses, to work or to receive aid. But we have no other option than to enter politics.”

Jare?o and Victor Sánchezcan operate with 15 per cent of their fire code occupancy and allow for people to remain distanced from each other., one of the other leaders of Resistencia, will both join SumamThe pilot will offer shots to 200 workers arriving on a flight from Mexico., and a manifesto is already taking shape. “We want to take the good things from the right and the left and go through the centre. We want what everyone wants – a clean and beautiful PalmaNews Today || Canada News |, where you can go to Son Gotleu and says that this is a cared-for neighbourhood, not one that has been abandoned.” An idea is for there to be sixteen crews responsible for districts. These would remove graffiti, fix pavements, etc. “We want to help people, and we want Palma to be good.”

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