BARCELONA, 29 Ene. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The PSC spokesperson, Èlia Tortolero, has assured that the negotiation of the amendments to the amnesty law, which will be voted on in Congress this Tuesday, "remains open until the last minute."
He said this this Monday at a press conference at the party headquarters, after the PSC deputy in Congress José Zaragoza ruled out in an interview with La2 and Ràdio4 that the socialists would vote in favor of the amendments that remain alive. of ERC and Junts: "We have already voted against."
"There are 24 hours left for it to be approved. It is up to the parliamentary groups of Congress to end up agreeing on these amendments, it is not up to the PSC to make statements," Tortolero said.
For his part, the first secretary of the PSC, Salvador Illa, also pointed out this Monday in statements to TVE that the amnesty law "is an already very solid law from a legal point of view that is being enriched or improved with some amendments." during its parliamentary processing.
On the other hand, asked about the extension of the investigation of the alleged Russian plot of the 'procés' that is being investigated as part of the 'Voloh' case, Tortolero has expressed that the PSC respects the judicial processes and hopes that it will be resolved.
The case involves, among others, the former head of international relations at CDC Víctor Terradellas; to the head of Carles Puigdemont's office, Josep Lluís Alay, and to the computer scientist Jaume Cabaní and, according to the judge, the interest of those investigated was to establish links of "political and economic influence for the destabilization of democracy and the European Union."