None of their councils opposed the project.

The Minister of Science, Innovation and Universities, Pedro Duque, has announced the Canary Islands, which is a part of the Spanish archipelago, are "ready" to support the Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT) project.

The Government of Spain, the Canary Islands Government, the councils and town councils agreed to receive the telescope. They pledged to make arrangements in a short time should the TMT project accept their proposal.

What's interesting is the Canary Islands was inhabited by a variety of indigenous communities and is considered "scared."

Spain must have revealed the full details about the project with their citizens, which is something Hawaii's government has kept a secret. That's one of the main reasons why some people are protesting the project.

Sources:

  1. Santa Cruz De Tenerife. "Pedro Duque afirma que las administraciones están "listas" para traer el TMT a La Palma si no se construye en Hawái." europapress.es. July 30, 2019. Retrieved July 31, 2019.

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