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Bolaños sees it as "incomprehensible" that Junts votes against the amnesty, and asks that they reconsider it and accept the law as it is.

He blames them for having voted the same as PP and Vox, who want to "imprison and illegalize them".

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Bolaños sees it as "incomprehensible" that Junts votes against the amnesty, and asks that they reconsider it and accept the law as it is.

He blames them for having voted the same as PP and Vox, who want to "imprison and illegalize them"

MADRID, 30 Ene. (EUROPA PRESS) -

The Minister of the Presidency, Justice and Relations with the Cortes, Félix Bolaños, considers it "incomprehensible" that Junts has voted against the amnesty law and has also asked them to reconsider their position and accept the rule as it is.

Furthermore, he has blamed the pro-independence party for voting 'no', just like the PP and Vox, parties that want to "imprison and outlaw them", as he has launched.

The minister made these statements in the courtyard of Congress, after the party of former president Carles Puigdemont had rejected the law, preventing it from being approved by the Congress of Deputies and returning it to the Justice Commission.

Bolaños has insisted on defending the law as it is because in his opinion it is "impeccable" and also "achieves the intended objective." "Therefore, what I ask of Junts per Catalonia of course is to reconsider its position, to vote on the amnesty law as it is, constitutional, impeccable, which is a guarantee of legal solidity and robustness for all," he reiterated. .

In this way, he has asked Junts to "reconsider its position" in the new procedure that is going to be opened from now on and to be aware that it is a "very positive" law for coexistence in Catalonia and this community. with the rest of Spain, as indicated.

Regarding the margin that now remains to negotiate between PSOE and Junts, given that neither of the two formations wants to move from their position, Bolaños has limited himself to saying that the text of the amnesty law entered Congress being constitutional "and thus it will continue to be."