The TSJC provisionally maintains the Catalan elections on 14-F

He Superior Court of Justice of Catalonia (TSJC) It has agreed this Thursday to maintain in a precautionary manner the call for elections to the Parliament for February 14, after receiving the arguments of the Prosecutor’s Office and the Generalitat. The court shortens the term and the final sentence will be issued before February 8.

In one order, the contentious chamber of the TSJC maintains the measure already adopted of very cautious way –without hearing the parties– on Tuesday, which implies suspend postponement of the elections that the Government set for May 30.

While waiting for the court to decide on the appeals presented in the way that affects fundamental rights, the electoral campaign will begin on January 29. This means that The campaign will begin without the 14-F being the final date of the elections (Not known until February 8).

At the same time, the Minister of Health and candidate of the PSC to the Generalitat, Salvador Illa, informed that he would resign from his responsibilities at the head of the ministry coinciding with the start of the electoral campaign. If he keeps his word, he must leave the ministry without having definitive evidence that the elections will end up being held.

In parallel, the TSJC must rule on the rest of the resources in progress. Some of them, presented in the ordinary way, the substance of the matter will not be resolved until April.

The Generalitat, as reported Vozpópuli, has made public the health reports that, he affirms, motivated the calling of elections. According to sources from the Government, they will defend by all means the new decree, which opened the door to hold the elections on May 30 while waiting for the TSJC to make a final decision.

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