10-16-2020 | Cs
The head of the opposition in Catalonia assures that 'in Cs we are prepared for the elections and we will continue calling for a constitutionalist union to put an end to the independence movement and rebuild
"This Government that manages this crisis with lurch, elbows and improvisations is the one that leaves the bars in the lurch." This was expressed by the president of the Citizens (Cs) parliamentary group and head of the opposition in Catalonia, Carlos Carrizosa, during the press conference he gave today and in which he assured that “Cs understands that measures have to be adopted drastic, but what the Catalan executive does is act in a sloppy way, generating legal insecurity because it does not even know how to articulate its requests ”.
Carrizosa has also referred to the next steps of the Catalan chamber announced by the president of the Parliament, Roger Torrent, to start the electoral clock, assuring that he hopes “that the appointment of February 14 will take us to the Government to really solve the problems of the Catalans, there will not be a blockade of the institutions as we feared; we congratulate each other and we feel we are part of this unlocking ”. The president of the parliamentary group has assured that "in Cs we are prepared for the elections and we will continue to call for a constitutional union to put an end to the independence movement and rebuild Catalonia."
In this sense, Carrizosa has insisted that "the PSC contest is essential for the reconstruction of Catalonia, that this coalition rejects it throws it into the arms of a new tripartite with ERC, which would be harmful to our land." The head of the opposition in Catalonia has assured that "part of the voters of Iceta agree that we speak and seek points of agreement" for an electoral program, it is not normal for a social democratic party to avoid a coalition without speaking. "Our will is that constitutionalism does not lose a vote," he added.
Finally, Carrizosa wanted to recall that "Cs has been present at the manifestation of the hospitality sector in Plaça de Sant Jaume, with our Company spokesperson at the fore, Martí Pachamé." For the president of the parliamentary group "the Government should have spoken with the sector before making its decisions, seek a staggered way, warn them, that they could prepare for this indiscriminate closure" with the enormous damage it entails. For Carrizosa, "the Government has lacked sensitivity for a sector that has generated a lot of economy and many jobs."