MADRID, 11 Sep. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The PSOE considers that the conditions for an investiture of the acting President of the Government Pedro Sánchez, expressed by former President of Catalonia, Carles Puigdemont (Junts,) and which include an amnesty for those involved in the process, is a "maximum" position, although The party leadership admits "discreet conversations" with these parties.
This was stated by the acting Minister of Finance and Deputy Secretary General of the PSOE, María Jesús Montero, in a press conference this Monday from the party's headquarters on Ferraz Street, after the meeting of the Federal Executive Commission.
In his opinion, the conditions conveyed by former president Puigdemont, who demanded an amnesty as a condition for an investiture, are "maximum" and are "at the antipodes" of what PSOE thinks.
In the same terms he referred to the statements of the current regional president, Pere Aragonès, who said that the amnesty was not enough and stressed the need to carry out an independence referendum.
She has also indicated that these positions of the independence movement -whose votes are essential to make Sánchez president- cannot surprise anyone because they are the same ones that they have been expressing in the past, although she has been convinced that there is "space for dialogue within constitutional limits".
In this sense, sources from the socialist leadership add that both the words of Aragonès and those of Puigdemont must be understood in the context of the Day and is part of its liturgy and its paraphernalia.
Furthermore, the 'number two' of the PSOE has indicated that the PSOE "will continue with its discreet conversations" and when it has results for the investiture it will communicate them. In any case, he has indicated that for "democratic hygiene" it is now the turn of the leader of the PP, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, to try to gain a majority, although he has emphasized that today he has the same 172 supports as last night. election of 23J.
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