Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (EFE) who now has the competence, so he does not rule out going to the Constitutional Court to solve it.
This was the statement made by the Vice Minister of the Presidency, Antonio Olivera (PSOE), at the press conference after the Governing Council, where he said that he hoped it would not be necessary to get to that point, at the same time that he indicated that the Legal services of the autonomous community will soon issue an optional report in this regard, on the basis of which they will act.
The files that generate these disagreements are those referring to various hotels, he said, and he has insisted that if the Canary Islands have competition from January 1, these procedures must be continued by the autonomous community.
«If the reports of the legal services prove us right, we will raise a conflict of competences with the State. We are going to defend any issue that may undermine our competence in this matter and we will get where we have to go, “Olivera stressed.
In any case, the government spokesman has made a positive assessment of this first month with the powers transferred and has ensured that “relevant progress is being made.”
“Some sectors have expressed their satisfaction. The difference is noticeable in the area of ports or audiovisuals because it is a closer and more direct response and adapted to the particularities of the Canary Islands”, Olivera concluded. EFE