The same day that the procés leaders are released from jail After being pardoned by the Government, the President of the Executive, Pedro Sánchez, goes to Congress to answer, among other questions, those of the PP and ERC spokesmen. Pablo Casado asks for his resignation while Gabriel Rufián wants to know what steps he is going to follow from now on to solve the political conflict in Catalonia. All under pressure from the Catalan pro-independence parties who consider that the pardons are insufficient and are asking for ballot boxes and an amnesty law.
The leader of the PP, Pablo Casado, has started the session of control to the Government in plenary session asking Sánchez “what reasons lead him to govern with his back to Parliament.” “He came to power supported by a lie and was with a massive deception and crossed the Rubicon and threw the fate of Spain into the hands of those who come to destroy it,” he began his intervention. “He talks about respecting Justice and tears off the veil and the sword to nail them in the back,” he continues before saying that “he takes criminals out of jail so that they do not take you out of Moncloa.” And he replies: “If you have any dignity left, should I resign today and submit this decision to the judgment of the Spaniards, because you have misled your electoral word, you have breached your constitutional oath and you are deceiving this House. ”
The time of politics is what ERC spokesman Gabriel Rufián has claimed in recent hours, who has asked Sánchez directly “¿what are you going to do?“following the granting of the recent pardons. “What bread does ERC have after the measures that the Government has taken? Sánchez responds before asking for the Constitutional pact to be respected. “I personally thank him for his courage in the face of the pack but the question is whether it is courage or if it is necessity”, reflects Rufián, and insists “and now what? Because there is a lot of repression in Catalonia and abroad.” And he leaves a warning: “They will not be a left-wing government as long as there is a person threatened, beaten or imprisoned for demonstrating peacefully.”
Source: LA INFORMACIÓN – Lo último by www.lainformacion.com.
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