A plan of economic and social measures supported by the main productive sectors of the province, but also taking into account aspects such as sustainability, health or workers’ rights. This is the main agreement the EU has reached. Diputación de Alicante Economic and Social Council (CES) at this Wednesday meeting, Participants prioritized a set of measures that should be approved by the provincial agency’s plenary session at a session next September 26.
Advice from Ineca, CEV, Cocemfe, College of Nursing, Consumers Union, Lucentum Housewives, UGT and CC OO unions, University of Alicante, Corps Consulate, Covapa and Fapa Gabriel Miro. Participating groups presented a number of measures that were valued to them. urgency and importance It will create the action plan to be followed by the Provincial General Assembly. These recommendations include, among other objectives, the promotion of vocational training at the industrial level and in the tourism sectors, the creation of a guideline to help companies in the province achieve the goals of the 2030 Agenda, or mechanisms to combat the informal economy.
The CES meeting was chaired by Vice President Eduardo Dolón. “These axes will determine the working course of the coming months in order to respond to the demands of the society,” the spokesperson of the people said after the meeting. The proposal to prepare a guide on sustainability plans and SDGs came from Ineca, while CEV proposed a plan to promote sustainable development, among other issues. Introduction of Costa Blanca Establishment of a working group of Administration and business representatives in order to achieve greater administrative agility or as a tourism destination in international markets.
The action plan also designs other measures, such as actions aimed at improving knowledge about health problems and healthy lifestyle habits, or actions to reduce them. digital divide among people over 65. The unions proposed the establishment of an observatory for labor market research and the preparation of an annual report on the economic and social situation. Finally, on socio-educational issues, Covapa and Fapa Gabriel Miró proposed a study with functional diversity on the total school population and a campaign design for healthy consumption habits among the school population.
Almost all attendees of the meeting, highlighted at the end work “in consensus” this was done. This was the case of Carlos Baño, President of the Chamber of Commerce: “It was a positive meeting and the agreed actions that now need to be approved are given priority. All parties acted in harmony and dialogue. Ciudadanos spokesman Javier Gutiérrez from the Diputación government team similarly said: “CES is a very useful tool. We will act on the subjects we are competent, and we will act as speakers on the subjects we do not have ».
Among those most dissatisfied after the meeting was one of the socialist representatives, Miguel Millana. “We proposed a formation. financial participation fund supporting productive sectors through local organizations, but Dolón provided us with nothing and directed us to the controller. He is afraid that they will support us,” he complained. “Many offers are good, others are generic,” said Gerard Fullana, spokesman for Compromís.
4 million aid against energy hike
Diputación will immediately mobilize four million euros to help the province’s municipal councils deal with the energy crisis affecting the country. To this end, it will encourage action and work in municipalities that support savings and promote sustainability, while activating a new subsidy line for the smallest communities to minimize the economic impact of rising energy and fuel prices. in municipal public facilities.