I refer to your article regarding the proposed taxes in respect of tourist, car hire and packaging in the Balearics.
In my opinion, there will be no need to seek legal advice to challenge these taxes as once the floods of tourists start to go on holiday to other destinations and desert Mallorca because it has become too expensive.

It will speak loud and clear to the government that it was a mistake and they will rescind it just as they had to previously.
The Government has obviously forgotten that tourism is the lifeblood of the islands.
With regard to the packaging tax, this will impose an even heavier burden on the poor families and those existing on low pensions.
Are the government not aware that it is estimated that there are 40'000 starving children in Mallorca?
Are they not aware of the queues waiting outside the Capuchin Convent in Palma every day. C J Crane