Miquel Angel Sureda, spokesman for the United Left in Pollensa said yesterday that his, and other like-minded groups, were working towards meeting the military halfway over the facilities at the air base. That way, he suggested, the visit by 40'000 NATO personnel doesn't have to be incompatible with public enjoyment. Central government in Spain is, however, not ready to hand over the air base to the public, describing it last year at a vote on the issue in Parliament as being of strategic importance.
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