Nearly thirty members of Nulexport met at the cooperative's facilities yesterday to demand explanations from the management and the presidency of the entity about the delay in the liquidations of the Clemenules campaign.
Vicente Vicent, the president of the Castellon cooperative, said this had happened because they had been unable to hold the assembly where they would have reported on the matter due to the restrictions derived from the pandemic.
Nulexport currently has about 360 members, nearly 200 of them would have attended the general assembly under normal conditions, he added. However, the entity has been unable to find a venue that allows holding a meeting with half of the interested parties, even if they comply with all the sanitary requirements to meet.
The partners' main fear is that they close the year without any income, like two years ago, which would be unbearable.
"We understand the members' concern but we must people to remain calm and not to spread alarmist messages that may discredit the cooperative and have no grounds," he said.
The settlements, he said, are contingent on the project we are trying to carry out. However, he didn't go into much detail about the project. The partners are left at a quandary as the project would be discussed and approved in the meeting that they cannot hold.
Faced with these explanations, the partners have asked for clear information without delay.