Fortieth anniversary of the Malaga employers' confederation

AccionMK was yesterday at the 40th anniversary of the Confederation of Employers of MalagaThe event, which was attended by a large number of people, paid tribute to its previous presidents and general secretaries and presented awards to the CCOO and UGT trade unions, the Andalusian Regional Government, Malaga City Council, the Chamber of Commerce, the University and the Provincial Council.

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40th anniversary CEM

Created in 1977, as a result of the consensus between the most significant economic sectors in Malaga, the EMF commemorated its anniversary yesterday in an event which reviewed its contribution to the construction and maintenance of social peace and where they also wanted to recognise those institutions that during these years worked for the development of the province, since, as Javier González de Lara explained, the intention of this event was not only to remember the role of entrepreneurs, but to become an "Recognition of Malaga society".

González de Lara, who is also president of the Andalusian Confederation of Employers (CEA), referred to all the decades of effort, tenacity, hard work, perseverance and the successes and mistakes they have made. He pointed out that the business community works "for the common good: more companies and more employment", without forgetting to recognise all the work that lies ahead: "We have to be aware of our role of social leadership, the business community has to be jointly responsible for the society in which it lives, it cannot be on the sidelines but within it", he explained.

For the head of the EMFThe organisation must be faithful to three principles that it considers basic: unity, loyalty and rigour: "This organisation has been able to stay united for 40 years and that is very complex", alluding to all the circumstances - social and economic - experienced by the organisation over the decades, "This organisation has been able to stay united for 40 years and that is very complex", alluding to all the circumstances - social and economic - experienced by the organisation over the decades. EMF that could have fractured the organisation.

González de Lara also highlighted the independence of the organisation and its proactive role, since, according to Lara, "... the organisation's independence and its pro-active role is a key factor in its success".flee from demagogy and resignation".

One of the most emotional moments of the event came with the arrival of the tribute paid to the previous presidents of the EMFThe event was a great success, and the former general secretaries, as well as the political and institutional representatives were unanimous in their praise. Francisco de la Torre, the Mayor of Malaga, highlighted the essential role of entrepreneurs and stressed the "importance of educating in entrepreneurship and being proactive in having a good climate of understanding".

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