Archive for October, 2018

The Murcia Club de Tenis 1919 debuts in the Spanish Team Championship against the Cercle Sabadellés 1856

Wednesday, October 31st, 2018

The competition starts tomorrow at 10.00 with the quarterfinal matches

Admission is free for all audiences

The Murcia Tennis Club 1919 will begin its journey in the Spanish Championship for teams of absolute category tomorrow Thursday against Cercle Sabadellés 1856, as determined by the draw held on Wednesday.

The competition, which takes place in the facilities of the Murcian club, starts at 10.00 am with the first matches of the day, corresponding to the quarter-final phase, with free admission for all audiences.

The local team has been designated as the third seed of the competition and the tie against Cercle Sabadellés 1856 will be played in the afternoon, not before 14 hours.

The Murcia Club de Tenis 1919 is formed by Nicolás Almagro, Alessandro Gianessi, Ivan Gakhov, Carlos Boluda, Mario Vilella, David Pérez, David Vega, Ricardo Villacorta and Andrés Fernández, directed by Florencio Soto and Juan Antonio Marín.

For the part of the Murcia Tennis Club will be measured, in another tie, the Valencia Tennis Club (first seed) and the Fadura Tennis Club.

Meanwhile, on the other side, the RCT Barcelona-1899 faces the Barcino Tennis Club and the Chamartín Tennis Club before the Real Club de Polo.

Until tomorrow, before the start of the first matches, the captains can decide the order of the players that play each match.

Each tie will be played at the best of seven points (5 singles and 2 doubles).

The winners of these first crosses will advance in search of the title, while the teams that lose will continue playing to avoid the descent.

Source: Agencias

The experiences of internationalization in Romania center the "Breakfasts of ASECOM"

Wednesday, October 31st, 2018

The consultant José David Pérez has offered today Wednesday October 31 a talk on this subject

José David Pérez, honorary consul of Romania in Murcia and director of the consultancy "Xplora Solutions", has been the guest of honor of the new edition of the "ASECOM Breakfasts", which was held today, Wednesday, October 31st.

Pérez gave the talk "Buy, sell, invest outside of Spain, experiences of internationalization in Romania", where he has spoken in general about international trade – a sector in which he has 15 years of experience – and more specifically in the Central European country.

"These activities try to offer useful and practical information to our associates and their guests to make their business and commercial work easier, or to teach them new ways", explains the president of ASECOM, Eloy Jiménez, who has attended the event.

"Another objective of these breakfasts is to serve as a meeting point to establish new employment ties," says Jiménez, who points out that Pérez has been a professor of international trade at the Faculty of Economics Federico II of Naples.

This event organized by the Association of Entrepreneurs and Merchants of Segura (ASECOM) is held on the last Wednesday of each month and has taken place once again at the "Hotel Villasegura" in Molina de Segura.

As a culmination, the attendees enjoyed a breakfast where they were able to participate in a networking session.

Source: Agencias

The ARQUA National Museum of Underwater Archeology incorporates a hologram of the Santa Bárbara canyon to its temporary exhibition on the site of 'Las Mercedes'

Wednesday, October 31st, 2018

The installed holographic pyramid completes the expository discourse of the exhibition' Science versus pillaging.

Campaigns at the site of Nuestra Señora de las Mercedes', open to the public until January 13, 2019 |

The ARQUA National Museum of Underwater Archeology, under the Ministry of Culture and Sports, has incorporated a hologram from the Santa Bárbara canyon to its temporary exhibition 'Ciencia frente a expolio.

Campaigns at the site of Nuestra Señora de las Mercedes'.

The new museographic device comes to complete the expository discourse of the exhibition, open to the public until January 13, 2019.

Installed in the audiovisual space of the exhibition, it allows a 3D visualization of an infographic on one of the culverins that are the protagonists of the 2017 campaign. Through various camera movements, the Santa Bárbara canyon floats in view of the visitors, presenting Its main points of interest and allowing to travel the piece in all its perimeter.

The new holographic pyramid complements other resources that are included in the same exhibition, such as the scale reproduction of the cannons recovered in the 2107 campaign. They were made thanks to the 3D digital scanning project that was carried out on both pieces and that will facilitate the investigation of them in the future.

It has been produced entirely by the Technological Research Support Service (SAIT) of the Polytechnic University of Cartagena.

The fight against the expoliation of the underwater cultural heritage

The exhibition 'Science versus expolio.

Campaigns at the site of Nuestra Señora de las Mercedes' presents to the public for the first time pieces extracted in the excavation campaigns carried out by the Museum.

The exhibition speech begins with an introduction about the plunder to which the Spanish underwater cultural heritage has been subjected during the 20th century, which serves to contextualize the exhibition.

The following is a detailed exploration of the Odyssey case and the legal triumph of the victory in the US courts and the recovery of the stolen materials.

Finally, the three archeological campaigns of the wreck Our Lady of the Mercedes carried out by the Museum between the years 2015 and 2017 are narrated, which allows to approach the scientific method used and to compare this methodology with that used by the treasure hunters.

The exhibition includes pieces recovered from the frigate in the first two campaigns, interpreted, among other media, through large-format graphic resources and projections of the documentaries recorded during the campaigns.

Source: Agencias

Regional PAHs Coordinator: "Flee from the regional government in housing"

Wednesday, October 31st, 2018

Given the publication, by the Ministry of Development, of a draft regulation on Protected Housing, with which it intends to step out of the step of leaving responsibilities in relation to the serious breach of law 10/2016, the PAH wants to do the following precisions:

1º The regulation has been elaborated, according to what is said, by the Council of Housing, integrated by all the professional associations that are related to the construction, all the business sectors of the construction, notaries, property registrars and banks, this fact that It leaves no doubt when you read it.

2º Being only of "protected housing", it excludes the rest of the dwellings from its affectation, and it lacks essential legal definitions such as "great householder" or "empty house", essential for the design of a global housing policy.

3 º Includes legal nonsense as what he calls "administrative evictions", managed to grant mayors the power to order launches.

4th That the aforementioned draft does not include the mandates of final provision 3 of Law 10/2016 on mediation procedures, the minimum mandatory contents of the agreements between public administrations and water, electricity and gas supply companies, the regional agreement of adhesion with the large holders of housing, as well as with respect to the creation and operation of the over-indebtedness commissions to which it refers

the new article 59 ter of Law 6/2015, of Housing of the Region of Murcia, which must be integrated in the service of Counseling and Mortgage Mediation regulated in articles 62 and 63 of the same legal text and in which in any In this case, there will be a representation of the Platform of People Affected by the Mortgage, companies that supply basic services, consumer organizations, and other social agents interested in the fight against energy poverty, together with other entities related to the housing sector.

5º That the consultation period opened on the internet, through the link https://consultas.carm.es/index.php/448178, is insufficient, directed and does not facilitate the free criticism of it.

For all the above, the PAH has requested the Councilor Valverde, the immediate withdrawal of the draft, taken in a hurry, and to counter the damage received by the data on evictions from the CGPJ first, and by the ruling of the Constitutional that endorses the full legality of the, until today unfulfilled law 10/2016.

We also demand the elaboration, through a participatory process of the regulations and agreements necessary for the application of the law.

Source: Coordinadora Regional de PAHs

How will the month of November be

Wednesday, October 31st, 2018

During the first fortnight, it is expected that the cold environment will continue in most of the country

As the month progresses, average values ​​will recover

As for rainfall, it will be a slightly rainier month than normal in the eastern half of the peninsula

After an October marked by rains and low temperatures, especially in this final stretch of the month, the question is in the air.

Will the cold weather continue during the next month? Will the rains continue with us in the coming days?

This November is expected to follow the cold trend with which ends October, especially in the first fortnight, in which temperatures will tend to be colder than normal in almost the entire country, except in the Canary Islands.

In the second fortnight the temperatures will tend to normalize to values ​​of the time, although they would still be somewhat below normal, especially the last week, according to the weather portal Eltiempo.es.

As for the rains, November is expected to be slightly rainier than normal in the eastern half of the peninsula.

The tendency is for the pressure pattern to be maintained in this first fortnight with two high pressure zones between the Azores and Eastern Europe, allowing the entry of cold and humid air into our country.

How is it usually November?

The normal thing is to have average temperatures of 10.9 ° C and frosts usually start in mountain areas.

The average precipitations are around 80mm (reference 1981-2010).

The areas where it usually rains are in the north and northwest of the peninsula, but also in the Central System and Sierra de Grazalema.

On the contrary, the driest area in this month corresponds to the easternmost islands of the Canary archipelago: Lanzarote and Fuerteventura.

It is the month in which there is more rain in the Cantabrian communities, north of the Balearic Islands and Almeria.

It is also the month with the lowest rainfall in the areas of Teruel and northern Catalonia.

How was November last year?

November of 2017 was a normal November with an average temperature of 11 ° C, which coincides with the average value of the month, and was also very dry contributing to the deficit of rainfall that had been dragging October – months that closed at 38% of the capacity in the reservoirs.

It only rained about half of what usually rains this month.

Source: Agencias

Teleworkers and managers, the most harmed by the law of digital disconnection

Wednesday, October 31st, 2018

Spain will approve this December digital disconnection law to guarantee respect for rest time and personal privacy of employees

More than half of the workers consult the company's email when they are on vacation and 60% attend work calls, according to a survey by the Addeco consultancy.

Another European study notes that 61 of every 100 teleworkers work during their free time to meet work demands that they receive daily or several times a week by email or telephone, a situation that experts agree that can generate stress, insomnia or difficulties to reconcile work and family life.

To regulate this phenomenon, Spain will approve before the end of the year a law that recognizes the right to digital disconnection, that is, the right to forget calls and messages once the working day ends.

Spain will follow the trail of what other countries such as Belgium, Italy or France have done.

The latter in January 2017 passed a law that imposes on French companies with more than fifty workers the obligation to negotiate the conditions so that their employees do not have to respond to telephone calls or emails outside working hours.

The Spanish regulations are included in the Organic Law Project for the protection of personal data and the guarantee of digital rights.

Article 88 of this law is the one that refers to digital disconnection in the workplace.

The law is currently in the Senate in the process of amendments.

According to some of its speakers, it will be a reality before the end of the year.

Specifically, the rule says that public employees and employees have the right to digital disconnection to guarantee, outside of legal or established work time, respect for their rest time, permits and vacations, as well as privacy. personal and family.

In fact, according to the lawyer and professor of labor law of the UOC Pere Vidal, it is an implicit right that workers already have.

"The right to rest is recognized in the Declaration of Human Rights and the European Social Charter, is a right of minimums that can not be skipped," he explains.

In addition, he adds that it is clear from the Workers' Statute that employees have the right not to attend calls or electronic messages outside the working day and that, if they have to do so, the time they spend on it should be counted as overtime.

So, what is the novelty of this law?

What is really new is that for the first time "this right is expressly recognized" and the company is obliged to take measures in this regard.

Manel Fernández, professor of the university master's degree in Employment and Labor Market: Intervention and Coaching in the Labor Field of the UOC, also said in the same line.

"Making a law that facilitates workers to have what they consider most precious, their time, is positive, as it is also that workers and entrepreneurs sit down to talk," he explains.

The Spanish standard is very generic and does not go into assessing what actions of training and awareness of the staff must be adopted, and leaves it in the hands of the employer and the representatives of the workers.

However, the ultimate goal is for the internal policy of the company to incorporate measures that avoid "the risk of computer fatigue".

Pere Vidal explains that in the case of companies with fewer than six workers, who do not have representatives of these, it is the employer who decides what actions must be taken without consulting his employees.

The standard explicitly cites two especially vulnerable groups with respect to digital disconnection: managers and teleworkers.

According to a 2015 study prepared by the company Edenred and the Ipsos consultancy, 90% of managers are required by the company outside working hours, while in the case of workers the figure stands at 65%.

The other collective of which the norm takes special care is that of teleworkers.

In particular, it says that "in particular, the right to digital disconnection will be preserved in those cases in which the work is carried out totally or partially at a distance or from the home of the worker linked to the use of technological tools."

The report Working at any time and anywhere: consequences in the workplace of Eurofound, an agency of the European Union that analyzes the living and working conditions of Europeans, reveals very revealing data of the behavior of this group with regarding ICT outside working hours.

For example, 61% of teleworkers say they use ICT in their free time to meet the demands of work they receive daily or several times a week.

Of these, 40% say they feel stressed and 40% say they wake up often at night, that is, they suffer from insomnia.

Experts explain that teleworking has advantages, since it saves travel time and can work at the pace you want from home, but also has dangers, such as the difficulty of disconnecting from work.

Therefore, the law especially includes this group.

Precursor companies in the digital disconnection

The French insurer AXA has a collective agreement that provides that employees do not have to respond to electronic messages or calls outside working hours;

In Germany, the Volkswagen company implemented a blocking system for access to mobile mail between 6:15 p.m. and 7:00 p.m., and other companies such as Banco Santander and Ikea have also adopted measures.

Pere Vidal sees difficulties in applying the norm in liberal professions such as lawyers or journalists and also in commercial ones, which depend to a great extent on what the client wants.

"But if we have a law that recognizes this right, companies will have to find formulas to implement it," he explains.

Another of the groups that, according to Pere Vidal, would be left out of this law are the self-employed.

However, Manel Fernández says that this group must also know how to manage their own time.

"If someone really needs you and wants your services, he will wait for your answer, he will not come for a day," he explains.

In this sense, advises a change of mentality and be able to not respond to this type of electronic messages in untimely hours.

It can also be a difficult law for workers in the ICT sector.

According to the study "Digital Economy", its impact on working and employment conditions, in this sector, full-time shifts are common 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, which prolongs working time well beyond standards

It is a sector in which men predominate and where the reconciliation of work and personal life is not seen as a problem, according to the study.

Main advantages

For Professor Manel Fernández, the main advantages of this law translate into greater work and family conciliation, with lower levels of stress in workers and more quality of rest.

"Receiving an electronic message in untimely hours can have an impact on book time management and psychosocial aspects of the worker," he explains.

In spite of everything, it considers that once this law is finally approved, "it will not be applied immediately" and that compliance will be slow.

He gives as an example the Law on Labor Risks, of 1995, which obliged companies to assess the psychosocial risks of workers.

Then, the changes were not seen overnight either.

Source: Agencias

Teleworkers and managers, the most harmed by the law of digital disconnection

Wednesday, October 31st, 2018

Spain will approve this December digital disconnection law to guarantee respect for rest time and personal privacy of employees

More than half of the workers consult the company's email when they are on vacation and 60% attend work calls, according to a survey by the Addeco consultancy.

Another European study notes that 61 of every 100 teleworkers work during their free time to meet work demands that they receive daily or several times a week by email or telephone, a situation that experts agree that can generate stress, insomnia or difficulties to reconcile work and family life.

To regulate this phenomenon, Spain will approve before the end of the year a law that recognizes the right to digital disconnection, that is, the right to forget calls and messages once the working day ends.

Spain will follow the trail of what other countries such as Belgium, Italy or France have done.

The latter in January 2017 passed a law that imposes on French companies with more than fifty workers the obligation to negotiate the conditions so that their employees do not have to respond to telephone calls or emails outside working hours.

The Spanish regulations are included in the Organic Law Project for the protection of personal data and the guarantee of digital rights.

Article 88 of this law is the one that refers to digital disconnection in the workplace.

The law is currently in the Senate in the process of amendments.

According to some of its speakers, it will be a reality before the end of the year.

Specifically, the rule says that public employees and employees have the right to digital disconnection to guarantee, outside of legal or established work time, respect for their rest time, permits and vacations, as well as privacy. personal and family.

In fact, according to the lawyer and professor of labor law of the UOC Pere Vidal, it is an implicit right that workers already have.

"The right to rest is recognized in the Declaration of Human Rights and the European Social Charter, is a right of minimums that can not be skipped," he explains.

In addition, he adds that it is clear from the Workers' Statute that employees have the right not to attend calls or electronic messages outside the working day and that, if they have to do so, the time they spend on it should be counted as overtime.

So, what is the novelty of this law?

What is really new is that for the first time "this right is expressly recognized" and the company is obliged to take measures in this regard.

Manel Fernández, professor of the university master's degree in Employment and Labor Market: Intervention and Coaching in the Labor Field of the UOC, also said in the same line.

"Making a law that facilitates workers to have what they consider most precious, their time, is positive, as it is also that workers and entrepreneurs sit down to talk," he explains.

The Spanish standard is very generic and does not go into assessing what actions of training and awareness of the staff must be adopted, and leaves it in the hands of the employer and the representatives of the workers.

However, the ultimate goal is for the internal policy of the company to incorporate measures that avoid "the risk of computer fatigue".

Pere Vidal explains that in the case of companies with fewer than six workers, who do not have representatives of these, it is the employer who decides what actions must be taken without consulting his employees.

The standard explicitly cites two especially vulnerable groups with respect to digital disconnection: managers and teleworkers.

According to a 2015 study prepared by the company Edenred and the Ipsos consultancy, 90% of managers are required by the company outside working hours, while in the case of workers the figure stands at 65%.

The other collective of which the norm takes special care is that of teleworkers.

In particular, it says that "in particular, the right to digital disconnection will be preserved in those cases in which the work is carried out totally or partially at a distance or from the home of the worker linked to the use of technological tools."

The report Working at any time and anywhere: consequences in the workplace of Eurofound, an agency of the European Union that analyzes the living and working conditions of Europeans, reveals very revealing data of the behavior of this group with regarding ICT outside working hours.

For example, 61% of teleworkers say they use ICT in their free time to meet the demands of work they receive daily or several times a week.

Of these, 40% say they feel stressed and 40% say they wake up often at night, that is, they suffer from insomnia.

Experts explain that teleworking has advantages, since it saves travel time and can work at the pace you want from home, but also has dangers, such as the difficulty of disconnecting from work.

Therefore, the law especially includes this group.

Precursor companies in the digital disconnection

The French insurer AXA has a collective agreement that provides that employees do not have to respond to electronic messages or calls outside working hours;

In Germany, the Volkswagen company implemented a blocking system for access to mobile mail between 6:15 p.m. and 7:00 p.m., and other companies such as Banco Santander and Ikea have also adopted measures.

Pere Vidal sees difficulties in applying the norm in liberal professions such as lawyers or journalists and also in commercial ones, which depend to a great extent on what the client wants.

"But if we have a law that recognizes this right, companies will have to find formulas to implement it," he explains.

Another of the groups that, according to Pere Vidal, would be left out of this law are the self-employed.

However, Manel Fernández says that this group must also know how to manage their own time.

"If someone really needs you and wants your services, he will wait for your answer, he will not come for a day," he explains.

In this sense, advises a change of mentality and be able to not respond to this type of electronic messages in untimely hours.

It can also be a difficult law for workers in the ICT sector.

According to the study "Digital Economy", its impact on working and employment conditions, in this sector, full-time shifts are common 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, which prolongs working time well beyond standards

It is a sector in which men predominate and where the reconciliation of work and personal life is not seen as a problem, according to the study.

Main advantages

For Professor Manel Fernández, the main advantages of this law translate into greater work and family conciliation, with lower levels of stress in workers and more quality of rest.

"Receiving an electronic message in untimely hours can have an impact on book time management and psychosocial aspects of the worker," he explains.

In spite of everything, it considers that once this law is finally approved, "it will not be applied immediately" and that compliance will be slow.

He gives as an example the Law on Labor Risks, of 1995, which obliged companies to assess the psychosocial risks of workers.

Then, the changes were not seen overnight either.

Source: Agencias

Trade union mobilization in front of the Ministry of Justice against the forced mobility of civil servants

Wednesday, October 31st, 2018

The Congress finalizes a reform that opens the door to the forced mobility of more than 50,000 officials of Justice, of them, 1,500 in the Region of Murcia

The Central Union of Trade Unions and Officials (CSIF), the most representative trade union in public administrations and the first trade union force in the Administration of Justice, has mobilized this morning against the reform of the Organic Law of the Judiciary that is finalizing the Congress of Deputies and that opens the door to the forced mobilization of more than 50,000 officials in this field, of which 1,500 in the Region of Murcia.

The Ministry of Justice, surprisingly and behind the negotiating table, has taken advantage of the process of this rule in Congress to "change the system" by which the destinies of the officials in the same municipality are organized.

When this rule comes into force, officials could be transferred arbitrarily from their usual workplace, regardless of years of seniority, to another job in another building and location.

For this reason, CSIF, along with the rest of the justice unions, have concentrated today and will not abandon the protest until they are received at the highest level in the Ministry, besides we rule out calling a general strike if the reform is not withdrawn in an immediate way.

For CSIF, the background of this reform is regrettable because it tries to deceive the officials of Justice "straining" this change of destination centers in a law initially the Proposed Organic Law of modification of the Organic Law 6/1985, of 1 July, of the Judicial Power (LOPJ), of partial reform of the regime of permits and licenses to recover rights cut during the crisis.

After months of parliamentary processing, amendments have been introduced at the last minute that have nothing to do with their objective and the modification has been incorporated into the destination centers, a serious aggression against working conditions and a theft of collective bargaining.

The reform, which has already been approved by the Congressional Justice Commission, is awaiting final approval in the Plenary to subsequently move to the Senate.

CSIF also rejects the fact that the reform does not specify the objective criteria or who will assign the officials to each position, which is pending a subsequent very uncertain regulatory development.

The union has warned the Justice Minister, Dolores Delgado, that if there is no negotiation there will be protests, vindication and general strike.

Source: CSIF

UGT and CCOO regret that CSIF uses the "Salary Gap" to cover the Regional Government in its lack of compliance with union representation rules

Wednesday, October 31st, 2018

The need to develop a Regional Plan for the elimination of the Wage Gap in the Region of Murcia was born after the requests of our organizations in the Women's Advisory Council for years.

UGT and CCOO want to express our surprise at the unfortunate press release that the CSIF union made yesterday.

We are surprised that a union like CSIF, with only 3.04% of union representation, considers CCOO and UGT as excluding, when we are facing a cross-cutting plan that affects all working women in the Region.

It is precisely the Regional Administration that "friendly" and "close" to this union, has wanted to recognize a union privilege to CSIF, which does not hold the status of most representative union at the level of autonomous community, excluding other organizations with greater representativeness than CSIF.

We are surprised, therefore, that the Regional Administration, aware of the regulations on representation, may fail to comply with the law to "place" this "friend" union.

Surprisingly, these statements of CSIF, being since July the agreement pending signature and clarified its lack of legitimacy for such an agreement.

From UGT and CCOO we are still waiting urgently for the signing date of this Plan, a date that the Regional Government postpones for unknown reasons.

For our union organizations, the gender wage gap is one of the main manifestations of precariousness suffered by women in the world of work, precariousness in the region affects almost 200,000 women workers, placing us in the eighth region with the largest wage gap in the country, making the signing of this negotiated plan essential for six months.

Source: UGT Región de Murcia

The best of regional cuisine is given in the seventh edition of Gastronomic Murcia

Wednesday, October 31st, 2018

It will be held in the regional auditorium, from November 9 to 12, and will feature 28 presentations with cooking demonstrations, room, cocktails, 'showcooking' and tastings

Murcia Gastronómica expands its space with 1,000 square meters in its seventh edition where it will host 28 presentations with demonstrations of cuisine, room, cocktails, 'showcooking' and tastings.

The Minister of Tourism and Culture, Miriam Guardiola, attended today the presentation of the event, along with the mayor of Murcia, José Ballesta;

the director of La Verdad, Alberto Aguirre;

and the director of Murcia Gastronómica, Sergio Gallego.

During the ceremony, he stressed that "from the regional government we are working to turn the Region of Murcia into a benchmark capable of generating wealth and attracting tourists, so we want to know, enjoy and promote it, and that is why we support this event that is consistent with the Gastronomic Plan of the Region of Murcia ".

He also noted that "Gastronomic Murcia is a great opportunity for students of catering schools, with about 150 students, to come into contact with the highly represented sector in this event, and that the sector and the public know the good work of the students who are trained in our centers. "

The event, which takes place from November 9 to 12 in the annex of the Víctor Villegas Auditorium and Congress Center, "serves to boost tourism and gastronomy, since many people come from the region and beyond" .

Program

Up to 28 speakers will be on the main stage with prominent guest chef from outside the region such as Paco Pérez (Miramar, Girona), Albert Raurich (Dos Palillos, Barcelona), Ricardo Sanz (Kabuki, Madrid), Rafa Soler (Audrey's, Calpe), Fran Martínez (Maralba, Almansa), Aitor Arregi (ElKano, Getaria), Didier Fertilati (Fuego Amigo, Denia), Pablo Sánchez (Los Marinos José, Benalmádena) and Miguel Ángel Mayor (Sucede, Valencia).

In addition, seven chefs, waiters and sommeliers of the Region will be part of the program of presentations for the first time, among which is the cook Pablo González-Conejero, with two Michelin stars.

70 companies will show their products in the 'Market' area, where there will be a wide representation of bars and restaurants in the region in the well-known 'Calle de las Tapas'.

Likewise, as on other occasions, the program of presentations will be accompanied by thirty cooking workshops, tastings and courses for professionals in the sector and the general public who wish to do so.

In the same way, children will have a special space for them called 'Minigourmet' which, in addition, in this edition doubles its surface.

In the 'Makro' area a special menu made by several chefs of the Region will be offered, and in the main restaurant space they propose menus the restaurants Hispano (Murcia), La Palera (Cabo de Palos-Cartagena), Cabaña Buenavista (El Palmar) ), Audrey's (Calpe), Barahonda (Yecla) and El Poli (Águilas).

Source: CARM

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