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The newly created Table of Sector Taurine Aragones , that includes professionals, farmers and entrepreneurs, has held a meeting with the director-general for home affairs of the Government of Aragón, Carmen Sánchez, in which they have been exposed to the concerns of all members of the sector. “It is urgent to reactivate the sector in all its areas, both in popular festivities, such as wholesale prices s,” says the Bureau in a press release, after the first contact with the regional administration to address the critical situation because of the health crisis caused by the coronavirus.

During the meeting, the director-general of the that depend on the skills bullfighting, he has transmitted calm before the suspension of the fiestas during the summer months, including September. In this sense, according to the Table, Carmen Sanchez stated that “the parties are suspended as we all know”, but if the Government allows and the Autonomous Communities may “condition the new normal, it will be possible to adapt the festivals of each municipality according to their circumstances and to offer cultural events of all kinds, including la Tauromaquia”, always complying with the health measures indicated by the evolution of the pandemic.

All in a stage of “uncertainty” and until the Government Focused l does not dictate the guidelines of the new normal, you can not specify anything clear. The Table of the Sector Taurine Aragonese sent to the administration a series of proposals to be analyzed and the next week it shall convene the Board to a new meeting with the Advisory Committee Affairs in the Bullfighting arena to start to work. At the meeting, the sector exhibited its situation and the concerns in regards to protocols, flow in the enclosures and spaces, administration time…

The Table, said that it has passed the readiness and willingness on the part of all the General Direction of the Interior of help to a sector, which, in the words of the director “is so important both culturally and economically”.