Yesterday was the tenth anniversary of the approval of the Law on Natural Spaces, which led to the protection of beauty spots such as Maristany in Alcudia. The environmental group GOB took advantage of the occasion to call on the Balearic parliament to introduce some changes, which would lead to even greater protection. This was announced yesterday morning by GOB's chairman, Joan Rita, who said that some natural spaces “have suffered aggression, and have been ruined.” He said that this was due to lack of planning discipline, the failure to draw up special plans and the failure to create natural parks or reserves in Albufereta, Es Trenc, the Tramuntana mountains or Las Salines in Ibiza. GOB has asked parliament to extend the protection offered by the law.


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