The leader of the PP has already advanced that if the Amnesty Law is approved it will go to the TC and his 'barons' are also willing to go to court
MADRID, 3 Nov. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The leader of the PP, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, assured this Friday that his party is analyzing with the parliamentary spokespersons of the Popular Group the response of the party to "the concessions of the PSOE to the independence movement at the expense of all Spaniards." According to him, he stressed, "the rights of Spaniards must be protected."
Specifically, Feijóo has summoned the general secretary and spokesperson of the Popular Group in Congress, Cuca Gamarra, to his office this Friday; the spokesperson for the 'popular' in the Senate, Javier Arenas, and the spokesperson for the PP in the European Parliament, Dolors Montserrat.
The objective of the meeting is to "analyze the institutional and political response to the concessions that the PSOE agreed to make yesterday on behalf of Spain to the pro-independence parties," according to sources from the party. The PP had already announced that it will use all avenues to oppose the Amnesty Law, which it considers "unconstitutional" and a "fraud" on voters.
Feijóo has assured that "the rights of Spaniards must be protected" and with that objective he has brought together parliamentary spokespersons to study the PP's response "to the PSOE's concessions to the independence movement at the expense of all Spaniards."
The president of the PP himself had already announced that if the Amnesty Law that the PSOE is negotiating with the independentists is approved, he will appeal it to the Constitutional Court. The 'barons' of the PP are also willing to fight in court against the negotiations that are taking place and which, in their opinion, are detrimental to the equality of Spaniards.
Last night, after the agreement between PSOE and ERC for the investiture of Pedro Sánchez, the regional presidents of the PP charged against the forgiveness of up to 15,000 million euros of debt from the Autonomous Liquidity Fund (FLA) to Catalonia and denounced that the decision "generates inequality" between communities, so they will go to court to defend their interests.
The PP had already announced that it will use all avenues to oppose the Amnesty Law, which it considers "unconstitutional" and a "fraud" on voters. In fact, it will also continue with its street protests and this Sunday it will hold an event in Valencia, similar to those it has already held in Toledo, Malaga or Madrid (the latter being the most massive, bringing together more than 60,000 people in the square). of Philip II, according to the party).
In addition, he has confirmed his attendance at the mobilization that several civil society associations have called for next November 18, and which the president of the Popular Party will attend. The president of Vox, Santiago Abascal, has also confirmed his presence at that protest.