He responds to Borràs that it makes no sense for everyone to enter into the amnesty if it means making it "explode"
The Vice-Minister of Strategy and Communication of the Generalitat, Sergi Sabrià, has stated that perhaps they will have to fight "case by case" with the amnesty law and has criticized the, in his opinion, "very naive" attitude of Junts towards the judges.
"Can the norm be shielded? No, it cannot be shielded. Can it be robust? Yes. Shielded by absolute guarantees, no. Perhaps we will have to fight case by case," he stated in an interview this Friday on La2 and Ràdio4 collected by Europa Press.
Likewise, he has indicated that ERC wants the amnesty "to work in all open cases" and has assured that they have worked to make a rule robust enough for this.
When asked why Junts did not support the amnesty in the plenary session of Congress this Tuesday, he described it as an error and criticized that it seemed "very naive" that they did not foresee that there would be many judges willing to make holes in the law, in his words.
Regarding the statements this Thursday by the president of Junts, Laura Borràs, about including everyone in the amnesty, she argued that if this means that the law "could explode after two days", it makes no sense.
Specifically, this Thursday Borràs stated that Junts is already working to ensure that the amnesty includes as many people as possible: "Because I don't want to look in the eyes of someone who tells me, look, I could have entered and since you have given up, I don't go in."
"It seems to me that what Borràs says does not hold up much or does not hold up at all," Sabrià concluded, and indicated to the post-convergent leader that if she has fragmented contracts, literally, she does not have to enter into the amnesty law.
Regarding the Generalitat 2024 Budgets, Sabrià has accepted that with the PSC they are going "a little better" than with the rest of the parties, although he has reiterated that both CUP, Junts and the comuns have the documentation at their disposal.
And when asked about the General State Budgets (PGE), he stated that "it would be good if everyone had a budget", although he clarified that when talking about linking budgets, someone gets angry, literally.
Likewise, he has pointed out that closing the budgets of Catalonia, for which according to him negotiations began before the investiture, will make "everything will be easier."