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The PP has registered in the Senate a initiative that includes the reasons given by its regional presidents in the General Commission of the Communities of the Upper House a month ago to show their rejection of the amnesty and the PSOE agreements with the independence groups. This is a motion, which the PP includes as a conclusion to the debate of the General Commission of the Autonomous Communities, where those of Alberto Núñez Feijóo intend for the Upper House to endorse the “concern” shown by the ‘barons’ of the PP .

wants an armored amnesty law that meets all legal requirements so that “all those who want to stop it, whether through legal means or not, have it a little more difficult.” It is a law that is transcendent enough so that things can only be done subject to rigor and legal certainty.“said the Government spokesperson, Patrícia Plaja.

Thirteen members of the management of They can Catalonia have presented their resignation after the party has opened a expulsion file and their militancy has been provisionally suspended. These thirteen leaders were the ones who signed a manifesto in June in favor of “unity” and to “reduce the tension” in the midst of tensions between Podemos and Sumar before the Spanish elections. Among the resignations is the deputy in Parliament Yolanda Lopez and the former deputy Lucas Ferrowho until now was the spokesperson for They can Catalonia

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amnesty law proposal of 2023 It has nothing to do with what the independence movement registered the year 2021 in the Congress of Deputies. This is how ministers Félix Bolaños and María Jesús Montero defended it this Tuesday. The number 2 of the PSOE and head of the Spanish Department of Finance has assured that her party continues to interpret that the proposal registered two years ago in the Congress of Deputies is unconstitutional. “When we talked about the unconstitutionality of the amnesty law, we were referring to the text presented by the independence groups, and which we still think was not constitutional,” she stated.

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Next week he will take the debate to the plenary session of the European Parliament, where the popular Europeans warn that this regulation could “violate the separation of powers and undermine judicial independence.” According to the Popular Party, the debate is framed in the risk of the rule of law in Spain and they want to make it clear that “it is not negotiable in the European Union.”

The Government sends the amnesty bill to the EU and asks to meet with Reynders. The person in charge of transferring the bill has been the acting minister of the presidency, Felix Bolañoswho has sent two letters, one to the vice president of the European Commission, Vera Jourováand to the Commissioner of Justice, Didier Reynders. This last one already sent a letter to Bolaños to request “detailed” information on the lawwhich was being negotiated at the time of the request.

Bolaños announces that the Interior will process the request for Puigdemont’s escort. The minister says that the amnesty law will come into force in 2024 and he has no doubt that the king will sign it

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