PALMA, 3 Oct. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, has promised this Monday, in Palma (Mallorca), to "continue dignifying" the working conditions of the chambermaids, whose work he has considered "fundamental" in the tourism sector, although "sometimes invisible".
This was indicated by Sánchez, through his Twitter account, after meeting with the Kellys at the Hotel Melià Palma Bay, together with the president of the Balearic Government, Francina Armengol.
The meeting served to take stock of the tourist season in Balares and was also attended by the Minister for the Economic Model, Tourism and Work, Iago Negueruela, and the Mayor of Palma, José Hila.
In his Twitter account, Sánchez has considered that the work of the chambermaids is "fundamental" and "allows tourism to continue growing." "We know that there is much to improve, that is why today I promise to continue to dignify your working conditions", she remarked.
Along the same lines, Armengol has expressed himself, who has assured that protecting occupational health and continuing to improve the working conditions of this group "is an absolute priority" both for her and for President Sánchez.
"The chambermaids are essential protagonists of the achievements of our tourism. Thank you very much for the great work done this season and always," Armengol highlighted after the meeting via Twitter.
Previously, both have visited the facilities of the Carob company, in Marratxí, where the president has announced that the 2023 General State Budget (PGE) project will incorporate new specific tax deductions for the Balearic Islands, within the Special Regime for the Balearic Islands (REB) , and will also include 20 million euros for the Palma tramway.