The Orihuela Chamber machinery for the mandate that began in April with the constitution of the Plenary of the entity is underway since yesterday. It was when the first Executive Committee was held followed by the plenary session in which the work of its members was distributed in four committees.
Specifically, four areas have been created. Those of Commerce and Industry; Tourism and Infrastructure, Economic and Monitoring Programs and Institutional Relations. Commissions that, as the president of Cámara Orihuela, Mario Martínez has indicated, “exist in all chambers of commerce, but in ours, due to the special circumstances in which they have been involved in recent years, they were not operative.” Martinez added that the situation is already normalized and that these groups whose members are still to be determined. “They will be in charge of preparing reports and studies that will allow us to know all the details of the topics on which we work.”
In the same way, the person in charge of the Cameral entity has highlighted the work that the vocal advisors will have: “Positions that will occupy experts in diverse subjects and that will help us to understand subjects to which we do not arrive”. There will be seven advisory members among those who repeat the Dr. Agronomist David Bernardo López-Lluch or Enrique Mateo, Mateo Wines.
The Plenary appointed two new positions within the Chamber of Orihuela. The one of managing director who will occupy Carlos of the Tower and the one of adviser of the president for Jose Adolph Medina. The calendar of meetings and the internal contracting manual that all the Chambers of the Comunitat have were also approved.
Finally, the members of the plenary were also appointed in the different institutions in which Cámara Orihuela has representation. Thus, Gonzalo Pedrera will be the representative in the Valencian Observatory of Commerce of the Generalitat. Pedro Mancebo will be in the Local Council of Commerce and Hospitality of the City Council of Orihuela and in the Artistic Historical Patrimony of the City of Orihuela. Mario Martínez at the Social Council of the UMH and José Antonio Barberá at the Alicante Trade Fair Institution (IFA).
The president of Chamber Orihuela wanted to highlight that none of the members of the Plenary is charged for the work they do “in favor of the Chamber and the entire society of Oriola”. That is why he thanked “this dedication that they make, I repeat, in a selfless and free way”.
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