23-11-2020 | Cs
The president of Cs announces that they will present “a battery of amendments in the Senate” to reverse the ‘Celaá Law’, and recalls that “if it is finally approved, we will take it to the TC”
"We are going to lead the constitutional alternative to separatism with a project for all Catalans," said the president of Ciudadanos (Cs), Inés Arrimadas, at the press conference after the Permanent Committee. "We do think about constitutionalism, hicWe are a proposal that could be a shock, a transversal coalition between PSOE, PP and Cs, but all Catalans have seen that the PSC wants a tripartite led by ERC and the PP wants to win six or seven seats instead of four ”. Faced with this refusal by PSC and PP, Arrimadas has announced that "we will attend the Catalan elections alone". "The rest of the constitutionalist parties have not only sold us to separatism by a handful of votes," but "when there is a real option, they do not want to join forces," he lamented.
Arrimadas has announced that the orange party will present “a battery of amendments in the Senate” to reverse the ‘Celaá Law’, and recalls that “if it is finally approved, we will take it to the TC, to the ombudsman and to Europe”. "This educational counter-reform is born not only from a null consensus, but from an attack on freedom", said the leader of Cs in support of "families who want to choose." "It is an attack and a blow to tens of thousands of children with special needs, it goes against the meritocracy and does not help to overcome school failure, but to cover it up", to which he adds "the poisoned gift of humiliation to all the families of the territories where there are two official languages and we cannot choose ”. "The education law can never be a counterpart for a handful of votes in Congress," he snapped.
On the migratory and humanitarian crisis in the Canary Islands, the president of the liberal party warns that "the situation is intolerable and unsustainable." "The Government does nothing, it is in permanent inaction, they waste a lot of time fighting among themselves and it has not given the resources, nor has it been put to work in the countries of origin nor has it gone to Europe to give a common response", what Cs "has registered a contingency plan in Congress to act against this crisis." "It contains measures that the Government should reinforce, more police and civil guard, services and resources to care for people and facilitate their repatriation." "We ask him to lead the reinforcement of borders and diplomacy with the countries of origin", he concluded.