Celestí Alomar was the tourism minister who introduced the ecotax in 2002.
The Palma XXI association and others yesterday launched a "manifesto against mega-cruise ships".
While Terraferida focuses on tourism, the "human pressure" is also a reflection of increased population.
Limiting tourist places and the rentals' moratorium hadn't been included in the agreements for change with Podemos.
The high-summer season was hit by the rentals' legislation; the PP's Rafael Hernando mocked the limit on tourist accommodation places; everyone was having a say about the anti-tourism protests; and the unions were threatening more airport disruption.
Among provisions in the holiday rentals' legislation is a fine of up to 400,000 euros for websites which advertise unlicensed accommodation.
The tourist tax and tourist limits were again the focus of debate, a shopping complex opened, plastic bags were on the agenda, it rained, and two more people lost their lives on Majorca's roads.
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