Rajoy asks the TC to execute its sentence against the Catalan Parliament




Specifically, it has ordered that the sentence already adopted by the TC in its day, considering all acts related to the referendum illegal, be applied to the decisions of the Catalan Parliament.

The President of the Spanish Government, Mariano Rajoy, has ordered the State Bar to file an incident of execution of sentence before the Constitutional Court (TC) to paralyze the decisions adopted by the Parliament of Catalonia that aim to advance the call for the referendum on October 1.

That initiative does not need the convocation of an extraordinary Council of Ministers since it is a question of asking that the sentence that the TC already adopted in its day be applied to the decisions of the Catalan Parliament, considering illegal all the acts that had the calling of this referendum as their objective.

Executive sources have reported that the decisions of the Catalan Parliament do not require the presentation of a new appeal before the Constitutional Court and, consequently, it is not necessary that a Council of Ministers endorse Rajoy to present it. It is only necessary for the President of the Spanish Government to ask that court directly for an incident of execution of the sentence dated December 2, 2015, something he has already done.

With it, and before the challenge presented by the Government of Spain, the TC unanimously annulled the resolution of the Parliament of Catalonia that sought to initiate a separatist process.

The Government of Rajoy emphasizes that that sentence already specified that any initiative that had the same objective as the decision considered unconstitutional would be illegal, and, therefore, now it is only necessary to invoke the execution of that sentence to paralyze the decisions of the Parliamentary Committee and of the plenary session of this institution.

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Rajoy too demands that the Constitutional Court take a statement from the Bureau of the Catalan Parliament to demand criminal responsibility that could correspond to the president of the Chamber, Carme Forcadell, and to the members of the Table who have supported these decisions to admit the Referendum Law for processing.

Sáenz de Santamaría denounces the “embarrassing” show

The Vice President of the Spanish Government, Soraya Sáenz de Santamaría Santamaría, has denounced the “bochornante” spectacle that has been lived today in the Catalan Parliament for any democrat. He has assured that he had not experienced more shame in his life before the “act of force contrary to democracy” and the rights of parliamentarians, Catalans and the powers of officials.

It has also advanced that if the Referendum Law is approved The spanish government will raise an “appeal of unconstitutionality” Against this norm, in the same way that if the Government “goes ahead” the decisions it makes will also be appealed.

In her appearance before journalists in La Moncloa, Soraya Sáenz de Santamaría stressed that with the decisions that the Government is taking, it is “defending the law in Spain and democracy in Catalonia”.


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