SESEÑA (TOLEDO), Feb. 1 (EUROPA PRESS) -
The president of the Junta de Castilla-La Mancha, the socialist Emiliano García-Page, has accused the former president of the Generalitat Carles Puigdemont of "humiliating the Spanish institutions" by Junts' rejection of the amnesty law, wishing that at least These institutions should not be made ridiculous now, because "that would be the last straw."
In statements to journalists from Señeña, Page considers that Junts' maneuver means that Puigdemont has hit the pause button on the legislature on his "remote control", while believing that the former Catalan president is "responsible." of coexistence in Catalonia".
"If anyone had any debt about who really was the one who broke coexistence in Catalonia...", he slipped, insisting that Puigdemont "has made it very clear to all Spaniards and has assumed in first person" that he is responsible for this breakup. .
"If something has become clear these days, it is that the rupture of the framework of coexistence in Catalonia, the social and civil confrontation to which Catalan society has been led in recent years, has an origin and has names and surnames," he stated.
Junts' rejection of the Aministía law, as it has been explained, "makes it very clear that Puigdemont is at the origin, at the beginning and at the idea of the rupture of the framework of coexistence."
"That is, not only with Spain, but within Catalonia, between some Catalans and others. This has been evident," he insisted.