05-24-2019 | Cs
The president of Cs underlines that the reports 'are requested if there are reasonable doubts' and denounces that Batet 'has dragged his feet and dizzy the partridge for three days'
"The law is clear and says it clearly: automatic suspension of people prosecuted for the crime of rebellion," said the president of Citizens (Cs), Albert Rivera, who has also denounced that "the legislature has started badly because of Batet , which has unnecessarily extended the situation since Tuesday afternoon, "referring to the constitutive session of the Congress and the presence of the four independentist parliamentarians who are being tried by the Supreme Court.
Rivera, in an interview in 'Al Rojo Vivo', explained that the legal reports "are requested if there are reasonable doubts and as advice but they are not decisive because the decision is always from the Board of Congress." "The law clearly says 'suspension', so it is a frightful ridiculous request a report to the Supreme when the decision has to take the table," stressed the leader of the liberal training.
In this sense, Rivera has denounced that the president of the Congress, Meritxell Batet, "has dragged his feet and dizzy partridge for three days when common sense says you can not wait another minute." "The will of the PSOE to please the separatists has to end today with the absolutely clear report of the lawyers," he said.