Castro says the company "demand" answers and can no longer be "wait and see what happens with the crisis.
The President of the Parliament of the Canary Islands, Antonio Castro, has said that the current economic situation "can not say that we are in crisis and wait to see what happens because society demands answers" to explain the initiative 'Parliament and Society: Ideas the Future ', involving over 60 experts to serve these "offer" solutions.
Castro has indicated in a press conference this, star trek online credits, forum which starts on Thursday at the headquarters of the Legislative Chamber help reflect and debate on the future. "Parliament is the most appropriate forum for this type of proposal that can be translated into action useful to society," and concluded that "s the time to take action and not sit back."
The initiative runs until next January, tera gold, to start with the discussion on the current status and future relations with the government of the Canary Islands and the EU. In the same one the professor of the ULL Juan Hernandez Bravo de Laguna, Complutense University, Simon Sosvilla, Luis Fajardo Spinola Advisory Board, Maria Asuncion Cabrera, ULL Asin, the consultant Jose Carlos Francisco, the Rafael Molina ICEX, the Minister of Finance of, STO gold, the Spanish Permanent Representation to the EU, Vicente Rodriguez, and Antonio Gonzalez Vieira economist.
The address of the conference run by Professor of History at the University of La Laguna Oswaldo Brito stressed that 62 will attend national and international experts from Thursday to 9 December, at which time there will be a debate between former Prime Minister de Canarias. Clarify that it is of an "agile" and allow the end of January 2011 have a diagnostic conclusions and proposals. To be followed by forums on all islands of the archipelago.
During these months, addressing issues related to tourism as an engine of socioeconomic change, the balance between population, territory and resources, sustainability, innovation and technological development, and relations with Africa and Latin America.
According to Brito, the Canaries is going through a "extremely delicate" and it's time to think about rebuilding the institutional and productive to adapt to the challenges of recession and the geostrategic position of the archipelago. Detail that the islands must confront the importance acquired by the Pacific against the Atlantic.
About the usefulness of the proposal, Castro dnded the proposals will not be mandatory, but has insisted that Parliament is the appropriate forum to facilitate such meetings. "Parliament is a contribution, not the parliamentarians to society," he stated.