The mayor of this town of Tarragona ensures that there are five or six projects interested in collaborating with the City
The mayor of Rasquera , Bernat Pellisa (ERC), said that five or six projects interested in collaborating with the city after the full last night approved a land lease Barcelonesa Association cannabis for own use (ABCDA) to plant marijuana.
Translated from Spanish:
At a press conference after the plenary Pellisa explained that “there are five or six projects behind” the adopted today, “not all about cannabis, but on hemp seeds” as those sold in specialty stores -grow-shops are all imported, and “want to produce in Rasquera”.
Pellisa has detailed the farm chosen for the project covers an area of 7 hectares, “but not all will be devoted to cannabis, as there will be an alternative eco-cycle crops such as beet or grain,” and specified that the cannabis plant will be “only for ABCDA partners.”
The project will create five direct jobs “and 35 more indirect” because the company Rasquera Gestió economic “environmental policies or management of forests.”
Also, the mayor of Rasquera said the delegate of the Government in the Ebro, Xavier Pallares, this informed “and said charge their reports” on the subject.
“We will maintain loyalty, but we demand our sovereignty,” said Pellisa, who added that the project to overthrow the Government will need to “rebut the legal reports our” based “in Spanish jurisprudence, where the crop for oneself does not a crime, even a sensitive issue, “according to one of the lawyers who drafted, Oriol Casals.
Pellisa has said it has a social majority in the town that supports this project and said he was “a pioneer at European level” and “confident of setting a precedent.” ”And responsible for my obligations,” he added after finishing the full.
And “shocked” by the echo of the project in Germany, Italy, Argentina and California, where they have called to ask, as a company interested in setting up a house in Rasquera for cancer patients, fibromyalgia and multiple sclerosis. ”Many municipalities Catalans and Basques have called me too,” confessed Pellisa Bernat.