BARCELONA, 5 Ago. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The deputy of Junts in the Parlament Jaume Alonso-Cuevillas has guaranteed that his party will not seek a temporary relief in the Presidency of the Chamber after the president of Junts, Laura Borràs, was suspended last week: "We will not do it. It would be cover and whiten a situation of absolute exceptionality".
"ERC has suspended the president because she wanted to, it is a political decision," he said this Friday in an interview with Catalunya Ràdio collected by Europa Press, asked about the position of the first vice president of the Parliament with functions of president, Alba Vergés ( ERC), which asked Junts this Thursday to propose a formula for the party to occupy the Presidency.
Cuevillas, who chairs the commission that would have dealt with the Borràs case if the Table had considered it necessary, has said that the direct suspension of Borràs by the Table "was intended to cover up an incident of the same seriousness, which is about agreements of the dialogue table" that they believe suppose a renunciation of unilateralism and an acceptance of the constitutional framework.
He considers that these agreements imply for ERC "an end of the cycle to try to achieve independence if it is not with an agreement with Spain in a dialogue table" that he believes will not bear any fruit, and has accused the President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, and ministers for publicly mocking this table.
As to whether the suspension of Borràs could cause a breakdown of the Government, he pointed out that the government agreement is evaluated in the internal bodies of Junts and that the party's bases will vote on it, and he stressed that the Junts executive assumed the commitment of not feeding any of the options, although he has said that he perceives indignation.
Cuevillas, who is part of the Junts executive, has indicated that the party is evaluating the government agreements and that, aside from the sectoral evaluations, "there has been an attack on the waterline of the government agreement."
He has defended that the ministers of Junts continue doing their work while they are part of the Catalan Executive: "The members of the Government have the obligation to continue, it cannot be that a member of the Government criticizes being in the Government, it would not make sense".