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Puigdemont links his accusation of terrorism to Aznar's call to act against Sánchez's investiture

He affirms that he would not be investigated if Junts had invested Feijóo and charges against judges and the European Parliament, denying the connection with Russia.

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Puigdemont links his accusation of terrorism to Aznar's call to act against Sánchez's investiture

He affirms that he would not be investigated if Junts had invested Feijóo and charges against judges and the European Parliament, denying the connection with Russia

The former president of the Generalitat and Junts MEP, Carles Puigdemont, sent a letter this Thursday to all MEPs in which he links his accusation of terrorism to a call made by the former president of the Government José María Aznar (PP) to act and mobilize against the investiture of the then PSOE candidate to preside over the Government, Pedro Sánchez.

In the letter, to which Europa Press has had access, Puigdemont has assured that the decision of the judge of the National Court Manuel García Castellón to investigate him for terrorism in the 'Democratic Tsunami' case "was not produced by spontaneous generation" and that came after Aznar's words.

"He who can do, let him do, he who can contribute, let him contribute, he who can move, let him move," said Aznar on November 2 before the president of the PP, Albert Núñez Feijóo, when inaugurating the XXI in Madrid Official Master's Degree in Political Action from the Atlantic Institute of Government (IADG) and the Francisco de Vitoria University.

For Puigdemont, Aznar's words "found a diligent response" in García Castellón, in the conservative press and in business and Church representatives.

He assured that "it is no coincidence" that García Castellón announced that he would be investigated for terrorism on the day that, initially, PSOE and Junts had decided to make their agreement public, and added that the case had been on hold for 6 years.

He has also said that he is an "extremely kind" judge towards the PP, and has accused him of 'lawfare' and of persecuting Podemos and the former leader of the purple ones, Pablo Iglesias, for investigating them for the alleged plot of illegal financing and money laundering. of capitals.

In this sense, he has pointed out "the judicial impunity (of García Castellón) to commit abuses and convert personal ideological and religious delusions into judicial crusades to save Spain from the Reds and the separatists."

Likewise, he has accused the judge of the Court of Instruction 1 of Barcelona, ​​Joaquín Aguirre, of reactivating the Voloh case coinciding with the debate of the amnesty law in the Plenary Session of Congress on January 30, one of the "not at all coincidental agenda coincidences." ".

He has maintained that this case "bears many similarities with the construction of the conspiracy theory in the 11M attacks", due to its desire to harm the electoral expectations of the PSOE and benefit those of the PP, according to him.

For Puigdemont, conclusions have been "fabricated from facts that have no relation to each other" and that are passed off as truthful by presenting themselves as an independent investigation.

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He also believes that the European Parliament has become a sounding board for the strategies of the PP, which has managed to "impose its standards" on the European conservative majority, which he considers disastrous news for the future of the Union.

Puigdemont concludes his letter by saying that he is completely convinced that "these spectacles would have been avoided" if Junts had invested Feijóo or prevented Sánchez from being president.