Consell de Mallorca
The Consell Insular de Mallorca O, abbreviated, Consell de Mallorca (Consell Insular de Mallorca or Consell de Mallorca in Catalan), is the institution of self-government of the island of Mallorca (Spain). It was created in 1978 as a result of the approval of the Royal Decree-Law 18/1978, from 13 of June, by which the Balearic pre-autonomous regime was created, and officially instituted according to the Statute of Autonomy of the Balearic Islands of 1983.
The Consell Insular de Mallorca is the governing institution of the island of Mallorca. It was created the year 1978 with the approval of the pre-autonomous Balearic regime and it was officially instituted in the year 1983 with the approval of the Statute of Autonomy of the Balearic Islands.
The Plenary of the Mallorca Island Council is made up of 33 councilors and elected councilors of the different political parties that obtained representation in the last elections:Socialist Party of the Balearic Islands (10), Popular Party (7), More for Mallorca (4), Citizens-Citizenship Party (3), United we can (3), El Pi - Proposal for the Balearic Islands (3) and Vox-Baleares (3). The President is Catalina Cladera Crespí since 6 July 2019. The periodicity of the sessions is monthly and they are held on the second Thursday of each month, at 9.30 h.
The main headquarters is in the building of the Royal Palace, which had previously been the headquarters of the Balearic Provincial Council.
The Consell de Mallorca is a local and autonomous administration close to citizens, that has attributed, among other, the competences in the field of: legal cooperation and economic and technical assistance to municipalities, especially those with less financial and management capacity; urbanism and habitability; spatial planning; historical and cultural monumental heritage; development of artisan companies; classified activities (public shows and recreational activities); river hunting and fishing; sports, leisure and tourism promotion; social services and care for dependent people or in a situation of social exclusion; environment and waste management.
Consell de Mallorca
Government of the Balearic Islands
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