This was stated on Friday CCOO Canarias in a statement criticizing that so far the regional Executive has only held "party meetings" while governments such as the Balearic Islands or Spain have "kept open lines of dialogue and communication with business associations and unions. "
However, the union organization has positively assessed that Torres has convened the Advisory Council to analyze the impacts on the islands in the short and medium term of the closure of British tour operator, especially being the autonomous community most affected by this crisis.
For its part, CCOO has placed special emphasis on all efforts to mitigate the effect that this issue will have on the winter season that is now beginning. "It is essential both to maintain the activity in the hotels and services attached as to ensure the connectivity of the islands," he said.
The union organization has not shared the "catastrophic" messages about employment, since they understand that they do not help solve such a complex problem, urging them to act quickly and prioritizing the common good.
In addition, he understood that the solution involves coordinated actions with the State and the EU to minimize the effects in the short term, a work that "should help lay the foundations for a more sustainable tourism, adapted to the reality of the 21st century, of higher quality and not so dependent on obsolete intermediation models or that, being very new, entail a structural deterioration of it ".
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