Seville, September 22, 2020. The Vox deputy for Seville Macario Valpuesta and the councilors of the Seville City Council Cristina Peláez and Gonzalo García de Polavieja, Have attended this Tuesday the concentration carried out by the hospitality and nightlife sector in the Plaza Nueva in Seville and have asked the Andalusian Government to collect their claims.
The Sevillian parliamentarian has wanted to transfer to one of the sectors most affected by the economic crisis generated by the Covid-19 pandemic all the support of Vox in its demands to the Andalusian Government, “which must put the batteries to approve measures that save from the total ruin to this vital sector for our region.
"The sector is having a really bad time," as reported in a statement by Macario Valpuesta, who spoke for a few minutes with Antonio Luque, president of the Seville Hospitality Association.
"It is a sector that is made up of small companies, very fragmented, that brings together businessmen and workers that we support from Vox because they are part of Spain that rises early, works and strives to produce and pull the car," Valpuesta has asserted.
In his opinion, the Board "must protect this very important sector in Andalusia and throughout Spain, starting by collecting their claims."