Cantabrian hoteliers are going to appeal the resolution of the Ministry of Health that extends the closure of nightlife in the region so that it opens according to the license hours of each business. Furthermore, they are going to denounce this department for violating the transparency law, by not publishing or providing - they say - the full content of the order of the Superior Court of Justice of the community that has led to the end of the curfew, which expires this Friday.
This was announced by the president of the Cantabria Hospitality Business Association, Ángel Cuevas, in statements sent to the media.
On the one hand, it has reported that the AEHC is going to present Phone Number List this Thursday a contentious administrative appeal against the Health resolution of last Friday, with which the third extension of the closure of nightlife venues in the Cantabrian municipalities at level was agreed. 2 alert for Covid.
Hoteliers will request, as a precautionary measure, that starting at midnight on August 20, hospitality businesses, including nightclubs, can close at the time allowed in their licenses.
This is the schedule "that was applied a few months ago without any increase in infections," said Cuevas, who also specified that these businesses will continue to respect capacity limits and other hygienic-sanitary measures.
Furthermore, on the other hand, it has announced that the AEHC is also going to file a complaint against the Ministry of Health for "violation of the Transparency Law" by "not having its website updated on matters of great social importance."
Specifically, for "not posting or providing the full content" of the order of the Contentious-Administrative Chamber of the TSJC issued last Friday, August 13, in which it was agreed to extend the curfew in the 38 municipalities with the highest incidence Covid, but only for six more days, and not the 14 interested by the administration.
As a result of that resolution, the department headed by Miguel Rodríguez decided not to request the judges' approval again to extend the limitation on night mobility, between one and six in the morning, which was first applied in 53 municipalities, then at 70 - in both cases for two weeks - and finally at 38, for six days this time. Thus, that restriction ends this Friday.
Cuevas explained that they have requested this car from "everywhere", from businessmen to lawyers to journalists, because "none of them have it nor have they provided it to them." "It's a shame," he censured in conclusion.