The Government of the Canary Islands is already worked on a draft Decree Law to be able to recalize the necessary land and "urgently and immediacy" the houses or facilities that have been affected by volcanic eruption on the island of La Palma. This has been announced by the president of the Canaries, Ángel Víctor Torres.
In his speech, Ángel Víctor Torres assured that the most important thing at this time is "to take care of security" and that "all mechanisms and aid" are arbitrated by public administrations. For this reason, since the Government is already working, "urgently", in this draft Decree Law because "there will be important damage in the homes and the properties of the neighbors, which have been affected by the arrival of The castings ".
These are, they have explained from the executive, to find safe land close to the homes, companies or farms affected by the lava and where the space allows to offer a surface similar to the loss as a result of this phenomenon.
The president also indicated that the volcano "remains active and will continue to be in the coming days," and added that the laundry walks towards the sea.
Ángel Víctor Torres also emphasized that it is "absolutely essential" extreme all the security measures because "we are facing tremendously dangerous circumstances" that are affecting "very serious" to the island of La Palma, specifically, to land, Agricultural areas, homes, etc..
The president of the Cabildo of La Palma, Mariano Hernández Zapata, influenced, on the other hand, on the joint work of all the administrations involved in this eruption, "that we are going, among all, to be as close as possible to our neighbors at this time So difficult, and that we have to make a commitment to give aids and facilities so that people can redo their lives. "
Mariano H. Zapata wanted to make clear that La Palma is "A safe island", as "has been demonstrated thanks to the science 'Spanish brand', which has been able to anticipate an event of this nature with a week in advance, which is What has enabled that the loss of human lives must not be regretted. "Updated Date: 22 September 2021, 21:30