The president of the Chamber of Commerce of Barcelona, Mònica Roca, yesterday closed her mandate at the head of the business organization with criticism of the Government’s management for having been unable to approve a Catalan chamber law. “The Government, in any case, by not making decisions harms the business community because the Chamber does not have the financing to carry out its functions,” explained Roca during the presentation of a balance of the four years of management of the current management team, the candidacy promoted by the independence entity ANC.
Roca is running for the next elections to the plenary session of the Chamber, although he has not clarified whether he seeks to repeat the presidency. Asked if the presentation of the balance sheet was a campaign event, she denied it and assured that it had been carried out on other occasions before the elections. The president of the Chamber added that, whoever wins in the chamber elections that will be held from September 15 to 20 in the 13 Catalan institutions, they must work with the Government and the parties to unblock the law. “I hope and wish that once the (cameral) elections are over, the law will be activated, there will be whoever is in the presidency of the Chamber of Barcelona and the results that have come out will have come out,” said Roca.