Muñoz went on to say that the Mayor also has problems with some neighbourhood associations, who are opposed to changes in some areas such as Son Gotleu and Camp Redo, as they will mean people will be forced to move to other areas. All eyes will be on the Mayor at the end of next week, as the traditional pilgrimage to the monastery from Plaza Cort will be held on Friday.
The Mayor usually takes part, but last year, there were serious disturbances, as demonstrators clashed with the police. They were protesting at plans to build the hospital at Ses Espases, which, they claim, will affect the monastery. The Prior of the monastery has asked the Mayor not to attend. She, for her part, has not yet confirmed if she will or if she will send a representative. Muñoz said that the city council has shattered the dreams of many people.
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