Carles Puigdemont, president of Generalitat, has will and is studying to appear in commission of Senate, which will process, starting tomorrow, proposal of application of article 155 of Constitution in Catalonia. This Thursday, Parlament of Catalonia will hold a full monograph to discuss institutional response to implementation of this article of constitution agreed last Saturday by Council of Ministers. The agreement was adopted this morning by Chamber table after request made by Junts PEL Yes and CUP, which have a majority in Catalan chamber.Learn More
- Puigdemont is reluctant to convene elections and raises a plenary on Friday
- This was ' sprint ' negotiation of article 155
The intention of both groups is that debate lasts for two days and that on Friday re will be a vote in which President of Generalitat, Carles Puigdemont, could declare secession, coinciding with vote that will take place in Senate to Take definitive measures on implementation of article 155.
Lluís Corominas, president of parliamentary group of Junts PEL Yes, has announced agreement of Bureau, although it has avoided at all times to speak of independence and has ensured that motive of plenary will be held to "respond to aggression involved in application of article 155 ".
At same time, Bureau has agreed that Tuesday tomorrow will appear in Committee on Institutional Affairs eight Senators for designation of Parliament to explain ir position in application of article 155. Among se senators is former president of Generalitat José Montilla, only representative of PSC in upper house, who has confirmed his presence. Anor senator by designation of Parlament is Xavier García-Albiol, president of PP in Catalonia, and who has announced that he will be "delighted" to appear in Commission to answer questions asked by different groups. The arraignment is scheduled for 18 hours this Tuesday.
The third agreement adopted by House table has been to urge legal services to take all possible legal action against Council of Ministers ' agreement. Corominas has ensured that this agreement is prosecuted even by penal route and has accused government of practicing "institutional, police and judicial violence, in addition to institutional". "Spain is acting as a dictatorship that imposes law through judges, prosecutors and police," he said, while he has considered that Catalonia "is occupied for weeks" by troops of Guardia Civil and police displaced to Catalonia.
For his part, Xavier García-Albiol, has shown his disagreement for celebration of plenary, "because I do not see what sense application of article 155 should be discussed." In same way, he warned that his group would be attentive not to participate in any vote that could be declaration of Independence and insisted that measures agreed by Government of PP do not imply "annul or suspend Catalan self-government", but its " "Recovery", after performance that have starred independence in recent years.