José Ramón Bauzá: UK policy - "unnecessarily restrictive".
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It is now time to devise a new road map for Majorca’s future and one man has a plan.
Bauzá was suggesting there could be "permanent tourism", and the Balearics would be one of the parts of the country most suited to this, because of its obvious attraction as a coastal destination.
The former Balearic president has reacted strongly to statements from the German government commissioner.
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The original photo was posted along with a message telling Vox that they were "idiots" for using a situation like this for propaganda.
Former Balearic president José Ramón Bauza received more than 3,000 fewer votes than Company.
Although Bauzá is making references to unity, the differences between him and Company are great.
Bauzá, currently a senator for the Balearics in Madrid, said today that he has "learned from mistakes".