Supreme Council for Spain and the use of new technologies

Friday, 22 February 2013

Madrid, Spain. In the first decade of this century, globally the Supreme Councils began to implement a policy of relative openness to society. But the accelerator pedal was pressed at the beginning of the second decade. Among the most active Supreme Councils to approach openness to society and start using new media communications we find the Supreme Council for Spain.

Last year the Supreme Council for Spain elected a new leadership and a new Sovereign Grand Commander in the person of Jesús Soriano Carrillo. With the arrival of the new leader of the Spaniard "Scots" came a rapidly changing process. Thus, from 2012, the Supreme Council became one of the most active such bodies in the world using social media.

Not only that the Supreme Council for Spain is one of the oldest in the world, but is among the firsts in the world to embrace new communications technologies (in this section being exceeded only by the Supreme Council of the Southern Jurisdiction of the United States) to stay in touch with the realities of the 21st century society. Today the historical Supreme Council can boast a rich activity within the modern-day social networks or by addressing daring topics such as was last year's conference when its members debated on the role of women in Freemasonry.

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