20% were Spaniards, another 20% were people from the UK and 10% were Americans.
The taxi drivers have decided they don't need VTC licences as there will be no Uber to compete with.
Regional governments are to be allowed to regulate licences for VTC services, so therefore Uber.
The tourism industry is complaining about losses incurred because of taxi driver strikes.
The strike was sparked after the Spanish government appealed a Barcelona decision to limit the number of licences for Uber-style services.
Bel Busquets became tourism minister, the idea for a tourism museum got the thumbs-down, a European court ruling could prove significant, and the cleaning-up of Magalluf continued.
Licences could soon become available. It is reckoned there could be as many as a thousand in the Balearics.
The Balearic High Court has issued various rulings turning down requests for vehicles with drivers' licences.
"We are taxi drivers, not terrorists," chanted protesters when they clashed with National Police.
Some 500 taxi drivers in Palma are expected to stage a protest today against law which could open the way to services such as Uber.
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