BARCELONA, Nov. 16 (EUROPA PRESS) -
The spokesperson for Junts in Congress, Miriam Nogueras, has assured that the first elements that they will demand at the negotiating table with the PSOE will be a self-determination referendum and that Catalonia can collect "100% of the taxes."
In an interview on Catalunya Ràdio, she ruled out specifying whether she will be part of this negotiation space with the socialists and when it will begin to give results: "The important thing is that there are results and things happen. If we have taken this step it is precisely because things must change a lot," he said in reference to the investiture pact.
Regarding the words of the ERC leader in Congress, Gabriel Rufián, who has maintained that the relationship with Junts is professional and cordial, Nogueras has opted for the union of the independence movement, after which she has been asked if she is now and has responded : "Must go" together.
In any case, he has stated that they will vote 'yes' this Thursday at the investiture of the acting president of the Government and socialist candidate for re-election, Pedro Sánchez, but has warned that they continue negotiating with the PSOE.
"Yesterday the negotiation continued, today the negotiation continues and tomorrow the negotiation will continue," he said in an interview this Thursday on Rac1 collected by Europa Press, and he confirmed that this Thursday his party will vote 'yes' for Sánchez, verbatim.
Asked about the discomfort conveyed by Junts to the PSOE regarding Sánchez's investiture speech this Wednesday, Nogueras pointed out that they did not listen to what they expected him to tell them: "We told him that we understand that when you talked about forgiveness you talked about pardons and we would like to know what What do you think about the agreement we have signed and if you are willing to comply with it?