With the hashtag #LucesNo, hundreds of users from different parts of Spain, including some from Alicante, claim on social networks that this year their municipalities allocate the money budgeted for Christmas lighting in aid for hoteliers, freelancers and people who are suffering the economic crisis caused by the pandemic of the covid-19.
On Twitter you can already read dozens of messages with this request by those who advocate that this year no christmas lights in cities and that spending is used to solve the economic deficiencies of those who suffer the most from this crisis. However, the campaign has sparked practically the same number of tweets from people against it.
“The Christmas lights are the only income of many freelancers and companies that are dedicated to events and have not been able to work since the beginning of the pandemic,” reason those who They deny that the #LucesNo campaign is a good idea. They emphasize with their refusal to this request that “neither is more essential than the other”.
You can read below some of the messages that have been published in networks, for and against the #LucesNo campaign:
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