In his speech after the endorsement of the employers, he made it clear that “tax cuts, administrative simplification and the reactivation of sectors require maximum involvement”
José María Albarracín received the endorsement of Murcian businessmen to continue two more years at the head of the regional employer’s association. The general assembly of Croem, meeting this morning in extraordinary session, has unanimously agreed that he will continue as president, after having requested this proposal at the last board of directors. For this, it has been necessary to modify the statutes of the confederation, which until now contemplated two terms of four years, and which now include the extension for a maximum period of two more in exceptional situations, such as those derived from the pandemic.
The extraordinary plenary session, whose only point on the agenda was the statutory modification, was held in a hybrid format, so that the majority of attendees connected remotely, while the members of the executive committee were present in the room. of acts of Croem With the statutory change already made, Albarracín addressed the assembly to thank the trust and guarantee that he will work “with the same effort, the same dedication and the same enthusiasm as the first day.”
For Albarracín, «the tax cuts, administrative simplification and the reactivation of the sectors require maximum involvement because the context is not making it easy for us and is highly conditioned by the rise in prices of electricity and fuel, the lack of raw materials. premiums, the unilateral increase in the SMI and taxes ”. “This forces us to ask more than ever that the Administrations be responsible and work for the general interest, without confrontations,” he stressed.