Monday, October 2, 2023

Will submit motions to the city councils to defend the negotiations with the independents

The PSOE will submit motions in all city councils and regional parliaments to support negotiations with the pro-independence parties with a view to a possible inauguration of Pedro Sánchez, which will require, among other things, the approval of ERC and Junts.

Ferraz is thus reacting to the PP’s initiative, which also wants to submit applications against the amnesty to those involved in the process.

The text that the Socialists will put to the vote and to which Europa Press has had access reads as follows: “The new government of Spain is invited to continue to make dialogue within the constitutional framework the tool for improving coexistence between Catalans and Catalans.” this with the rest of Spain.

In justifying this motion, the PSOE emphasizes that coexistence is a supreme value of the constitutional order and accuses the PP of behaving against this order and “using the territorial conflict, especially in Catalonia, as a weapon to achieve it “. better results elsewhere in Spain.

They point out that the PP’s victory in the 1996 parliamentary elections was celebrated with the cry of “Pujol dwarf, speaks Spanish”, which Aznar himself described years later as “a little humorous”, as they state.

According to the PSOE report, the then popular leader began speaking Catalan in private weeks later after the signing of the Majestic agreements, which resulted in the transfer of “extensive powers” ​​to the Catalan Generalitat.

In this way, the socialists complain that if the agreements with the nationalist forces are implemented by the PP, it will be “a state responsibility and a pact”, while if the PSOE does so, “Spain will be broken to to remain in power”. ” They add.

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