Santa Cruz de Tenerife (EFE). – Canary Coalition (CC) National Delegate Ana Oramas announced on Friday that she has decided to return to regional politics, adding that the only condition she has set is is that they remain, and thus are no longer a candidate in a general election.
Ana Oramas, Regional Delegate and Mayor of La Laguna, stated on Radio Club Tenerife that in these “so difficult” times coming to the Canary Islands and the country has made the decision to contribute more to her country from the regional level
Ana Oramas recognizes the importance of contributing from the regional politics as well as the national level, and has indicated that both her party’s secretary general, Fernando Clavijo, and the island party, Francisco Linares, have asked whether they can count on her. “and I told them yes.”
He has assured that he is not considering running for an executive position or candidate for the Cabildo de Tenerife, but rather “returning” to regional politics in the Parliament of the Canary Islands, and “I have made only the condition that if I come it’s to stay” because, he added, “I’m not going to come and then” run for the general election.
Ana Oramas is convinced that she can contribute a lot to the team that her party is building, and that CC will have the opportunity to run the Canary Islands and the main institutions of the Autonomous Community again.
But, he stressed, the most important thing is “not to win the elections”, but “to have the best teams to win later and help the Canary Islands”. EFE