The city council, alreading facing a wave of protest by closing four bars in Arenal, early yesterday sent inspectors out to the trendy La Lonja night district to ensure that bars turned off their music by 1am. The inspectors got a cool reception but no protest. Bar owners simply told them that they were not in favour of the move. Meanwhile the owners of the four bars in the Playa de Palma are planning further protest action today. A group numbering about 100 intend to attend the Real Mallorca v. Valladolid football match this afternoon armed with placards. The Mayor of Palma, Joan Fageda, is also expected to attend the match. The city council are facing a wave of public protest over their plans to limit music within the city and the neighbouring tourist resorts.
Council music busters move into La Lonja
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