Just three months have passed since the photo of Bellver's Acords and the political differences between Més and its partners have already been realised on several occasions. | Atienza - ell - EFE - EFE
Més are keeping up their opposition to the use of tourist tax revenue as financial assistance to hoteliers affected by the Thomas Cook collapse. The party's parliamentary spokesperson, Josep Ferrà, says that this is a "prostitution" of the tax, while Més sources are insisting that the party's two ministers - Fina Santiago and Miquel Mir - had merely been informed of the measure. The tourism minister, Iago Negueruela, has said that there was consensus.