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Jordà (ERC) asks for a "firm commitment" to the amnesty and with a calendar if it is not possible before the investiture

On including Puigdemont in the Dialogue Table: "We will understand each other.

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Jordà (ERC) asks for a "firm commitment" to the amnesty and with a calendar if it is not possible before the investiture

On including Puigdemont in the Dialogue Table: "We will understand each other. We are in another phase"

BARCELONA, 13 Sep. (EUROPA PRESS) -

The ERC deputy in Congress Teresa Jordà has asked for a "firm commitment, signed with a schedule", for an eventual amnesty law with the political will that it will be carried out if it is not approved before the investiture of the PSOE candidate , Pedro Sánchez, for re-election as president.

In an interview this Wednesday on La2 and Ràdio4 collected by Europa Press, when asked if his party asks to approve the amnesty law before the investiture, he said: "If it is possible, obviously."

Regarding the possibility of former president José Luis Zapatero being part of the negotiation as a mediator, she has questioned whether he has "sufficiently mature objectivity", and added that she is not convinced that he is the appropriate profile, although she believes he is a relevant figure. .

Asked about the possibility of the former president of the Generalitat and Junts MEP, Carles Puigdemont, being part of the dialogue table, she responded: "We will understand each other. We are in another phase. We have gone up a notch."

Regarding the Diada speech of the president of the ANC, Dolors Feliu, she has literally criticized that the entity has become radicalized and that "what the movement needs right now is to add."

He has also assured that ERC "has never renounced unilateralism", although the path they choose is an agreed referendum.

He has pointed to a referendum with "different conditions, with recognition", and has pointed out that statements such as those of former popular president José María Aznar asking to stand up to self-determination are what make the independence movement gain strength, he said.

"They could perfectly be defined as coup statements, calling for an insurrection when we are talking about a possible and necessary amnesty law," he criticized.