The Extraordinary General Assembly will be held on this occasion in the Municipal Auditorium of Vilagarcía de Arousa.
The deadline to present the candidacies will be open until 5 working days before the celebration of the assembly.
Next Tuesday 20th December is a date marked in red in the calendar of the Galician tourism sector. On that day, the Galicia Tourism Cluster will hold an Extraordinary General Assembly to renew its executive board, including the president and the rest of its main positions. It will therefore be a meeting day for the representatives of the almost 70 entities, associations and companies that make up the cluster, and in which they will have to decide who will be in charge of leading the cluster for the next four years.
Unlike what happened in previous calls, this time it will not be the City of Culture of Galicia, in Santiago de Compostela, the place chosen for the assembly, but will be moved to the Municipal Auditorium of Vilagarcía de Arousa coinciding with the celebration in the same scenario a few hours before an activity organized by the Cluster in conjunction with the Pontevedra Provincial Council.
The start of the general assembly has been set for 17.30 hours in first call, or half an hour later in second call, and the election process will be carried out based on the provisions of the Statutes and Internal Regulations of the Cluster. In total there will be 68 companies and entities that, as members of the Cluster, will be able to vote, although the number of votes will be higher since, as established in the Cluster’s regulations, associations are entitled to cast between 1 and 4 votes depending on their number of members.
The deadline for submitting nominations will be open until five working days before the assembly. Each candidature must include the names of the persons who will hold the positions of president, vice-president, secretary and treasurer, as well as the members (a minimum of 6 and a maximum of 12) who will complete the executive board. All of them must have been appointed as representatives to the cluster of the companies or associations of which they are members.