The associations of the taxi of Madrid have assured this Thursday that the indefinite strike is maintained "with more force" and will program "more forceful" actions until achieving an effective regulation of the VTC sector.
This has been detailed in a press conference by the president of the Professional Taxi Federation along with the rest of the representatives of the associations to emphasize that the taxi sector has reached a point where "there can be no turning back".
Sanz has commented that the indefinite strike continues because "there is no change" on the context that has motivated the strike and that taxi drivers want something "tangible", especially in the matter of pre-contracting times of the VTC, beyond the "mere desire" to legislate.
The taxi drivers have been on a four-day indefinite strike that has had an impact on Ifema, where the International Tourism Fair of Madrid (Fitur) is held, and several incidents have occurred during the strike.
Meanwhile, the president of the Autotaxi Association of Madrid, Miguel Ángel Leal, stressed that taxi drivers want the legislation to mark "a time" of reference on the pre-contract. "We have more and more strength," he stressed.