Illa responds to Rolle that there is no pro-independence majority in Parliament: “Puigdemont has no chance”

Illa responds to Rolle that there is no pro-independence majority in Parliament: “Puigdemont has no chance”

Illa responds to Rolle that there is no pro-independence majority in Parliament: “Puigdemont has no chance”ACN

First Secretary of the Peace and Security Council, Salvador EllaHe responded to the Speaker of Parliament, joseph roll, His statements “do not correspond to reality” because there is no pro-independence majority in the Council. As Rule stated in an interview on 3/24, the “most effective” majority for the inauguration is “similar” to the one made possible by the independent office. On the other hand, in an interview with TV3, Illa defended that “Puigdemont has no chance.” He added, “If he were a candidate, he would receive 74 votes against him, and that is not enough. I will not abstain from voting. This confuses the employees, and that is enough.” On the other hand, he said that he had no intention of going to Geneva to meet with the Secretary General of the ERC, Marta Rovira, as part of the negotiations.

According to Ella, funding is a “relevant issue” in talks with the ERC and the commons but it is not the only one. He pointed out that there are also other topics on the table, such as the Catalan language, public services, or how to deal with “hate speech.”

The leader of the Catalan Socialists will try to make the debate on finance “calm” with arguments and numbers. According to him, it is necessary to address a debate that “cannot be postponed” but that must be done “without throwing plates over our heads.”

Regarding the model, he insisted on publishing the statute providing for the creation of a union “capable of collecting all taxes.” But for Ella, the focus should not be so much on who collects the taxes, but rather on who collects these taxes and how they are managed.

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Illa noted that his party has appointed a negotiating team tasked with making commitments for the government to move forward. He said they also pledge to defend final agreements in other cases where they have a “certain ability to influence.” There are issues such as financing that do not depend only on Catalonia.

When asked whether, as part of the negotiations for the inauguration, he would go to Geneva to meet with the Secretary General of the ERC, Marta Rovira, he replied that he had no intention of doing so, and noted that his party had appointed a negotiating team that would coordinate. Deputy First Secretary of the Peace and Security Committee, Louisa Moret.

Regarding the formulas of the next government, it has expressed its willingness to “explore” all options, from a coalition government to a minority government that enjoys external support.

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