The Main Street Alicante is one of the most representative and emblematic streets of the city and it does not have Christmas lights.

The hospitality sector and merchants who run their businesses in the aforementioned street, they need all the support from the institutions and the Alicante City Council and apparently they do not have it, and that is why they have transferred their complaints to the VOX councilor, who went to the call of attention of the interested parties.

"It seems to have some Municipal punishment. " Pepe Bonet comments councilor in the Hon. Alicante City Council.

"Tonight we have been able to talk with hoteliers and merchants who complained bitterly about this situation and the owners of the establishments are considering whether to place some arches of light on this street and pay for it out of pocket. "

This sector is being punished by the waves of the Covid-19, and if a solution is not put to a solution as simple as the installation of Christmas lights, the street will be seen "Off and without the spirit of Christmas Holidays", which will lead to street establishments not generating the necessary income to keep the blind open.

Source of the new