Santa Cruz de Tenerife (EFE).- The national deputy of the Canarian Coalition (CC), Ana Oramas, announced this Friday that she has decided to return to regional politics, adding that the only condition she has set for it was to stay, and therefore no longer be a candidate in a general election.
Ana Oramas, who has been regional deputy and mayor of La Laguna, said on Radio Club Tenerife that in these “so difficult” times that are coming to the Canary Islands and the country has taken the decision to contribute more to its land from the level regional
Ana Oramas recognizes that it is as important to contribute from regional politics as at the national level, and indicated that the secretary general of her party, Fernando Clavijo, and the island party, Francisco Linares, asked if they could count on her. “and I told them yes.”
He assured that he did not plan to occupy an executive position or to be a candidate for the Cabildo de Tenerife but rather to “return” to regional politics in the Parliament of the Canary Islands, and “I only posed 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 elections.
Ana Oramas is convinced that she has a lot to contribute to the team that her party is building and that CC has the opportunity to once again govern the Canary Islands and the main institutions of the Autonomous Community.
But, he stressed, the important thing “is not to win the elections” but “to have the best teams to win later and help the Canary Islands”. ECE