La Junta de Andalucia is to create a working group to analyze and minimize the effects of Brexit. The junta had agreed to create a working group in order to carry out its own assessment and make a full analysis of consequences Brexit could have on Andalucia. Its aim is to propose what action to take whilst assessing the impact the process of withdrawal would have. The working group is expected to be co-ordinated by the Vice President of the Junta and will consist of those in authority heading the economy, employment, business and commerce, agriculture, fisheries, tourism and sport.
La Linea prepares a Brexit document
The Deputy Mayor of La Linea Mario Fernandez is reported to be working on a document which will look at the consequences of Brexit and the measures which may need to be taken in La Linea over the next two years. This was confirmed by the Mayor, Juan Franco, who said that once the document was complete be would call on all the political forces and present its findings and demand what measures would be implemented by Madrid to minimize the impact of the departure of the UK and Gibraltar from the EU.
Meanwhile the Mayor is expected to meet with the Transborder Group tomorrow to address the issue.
La Linea Digital also reported that Senor Franco expects to hold a meeting with the Chief Minister Fabian Picardo when his agenda permits.
Susana Diaz, the President of La Junta de Andalucia, is reported to have told Canal Sur yesterday that she had a meeting scheduled with Spanish workers in Gibraltar to assure them to remain confident in defense of their rights when Brexit becomes a reality.