11-23-2019 | Cs
The deputy of Cs considers that the dialogue table of the Government is a 'contempt for institutions' and a 'exhibitionism' of Torra
"It is surreal and outrageous that the future of Spain falls into the hands of those who have struck." This has been said by the deputy of Citizens (Cs) in the Parliament of Catalonia, Nacho Martín Blanco, after knowing that one of the key people in the negotiations to form a government in Spain is Josep Maria Jové, from ERC and investigated for the celebration from 1-O. "Sanchez intends to put the government of Spain in the hands of separatist and populist parties," when they are "those who want to break the constitutional framework" he has sentenced.
Martín Blanco has also talked about the leader of Podemos, Pablo Iglesias, and has assured that “a man who speaks of self-determination referendums is not the best person to be vice president of Spain”. And he added that "what four days ago generated nightmares for Sanchez and now generates fantastic dreams, it still seems like a nightmare."
For the orange spokesman, the dialogue table proposed by the Government is a "contempt for institutions" and an "exhibitionism" of the president of the Generalitat, Quim Torra, to create "a table of parties to talk about secession and a state oppressor that is Spain ”. "We will never accept it," he said.
Martín Blanco has also criticized that “the socialist party side with the nationalists and populists” and expel the National Police from the headquarters of the Via Laietana in Barcelona. He wanted to show his support to all the security forces and bodies that are suffering in Catalonia "asphyxiating pressure from the violent, the CDR and those who give them institutional support."
The orange deputy has recalled the role of Cs in his will to get "a constitutional pact for Catalonia", with the PP and the PSC, to "oppose those who want to liquidate our rule of law and our Constitution." This agreement between constitutionalists aims to "put above all the social agenda" and proposes, among other initiatives, a "respectful" electoral law, a "public television of all that is not of separatist propaganda" and "a trilingual quality education that don't indoctrinate. "