09-26-2019 | Cs
Cs announces that it will challenge before the Constitutional Court the resolution of the CUP approved by the separatist parties that reiterates the coup d'etat perpetrated in 2017
"I am proud to have been expelled from the plenary of the Parliament for defending democracy." This has been said by the president of the group of Citizens (Cs) in the Parliament, Carlos Carrizosa, after being expelled by the president of the Parliament, Roger Torrent, from the plenary of the chamber at the end of the general policy debate. Carrizosa has described as "infamy" that the separatist parties, after refusing to condemn terrorism in a proposal presented by Cs, "have pulled" in the plenary chamber to the members of the CDR’s in pretrial detention accused of terrorism.
Carrizosa believes that "a red line has been crossed" because "politicians had never explicitly supported" people who are being held in preventive detention for terrorist offenses and recalled that independence leaders such as the escape of justice Carles Puigdemont and the leader of ERC , Oriol Junqueras, "photographs have been embraced of terrorists such as Arnaldo Otegi, Frederic Bentanachs and Carlos Sastre." "We will have a problem if these crazy leaders continue for their privileges," he said.
Ciudadanos has announced that it will challenge the Constitutional Court (TC) against the resolution presented by the CUP and approved with the support of Junts per Catalunya and ERC that reiterates the coup d'etat perpetrated in 2017 by the separatist parties. “They are going to have us in front, we will never give up the fight for freedom,” Carrizosa said, and has demanded that the president of the acting government, Pedro Sanchez, “pronounce himself before a parliament that hails accused of terrorism and protects the constitutionalists. "