According to Pokdemon, the Central government has no right to appoint leaders of Catalonia
Carles Pucemoose: TASS/AP
– The Spanish government went against the law, announcing the appointment of a representative for Barcelona, said on Saturday the President of the Generalitat (the Executive government of Catalonia) Carles Pujdeme.
“The government was not born with the current Spanish Constitution. The government (Spain – if) willfully and unlawfully invited to nominate a representative to the Catalans. Not the first time the Catalan government institutions get hits from Spain,” said Pujdeme.
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“All proposals for dialogue, the answer is either silence or repression,” he added.
According to him, “this is the worst decision (the Spanish authorities – if) since Franco (Caudillo Francisco Franco ruled Spain between 1939 and 1975 – if)”.
“Article 155 is the worst attack on Catalonia since Franco abolished the Generalitat,” said Pujdeme. “I would appeal to the full composition of the Parliament with a request to discuss the attempt of liquidation of our democracy,” he said.
Pujdeme concluded, referring in Spanish to the Spanish Democrats and English to the citizens and politicians of Europe.
The government of Spain at an emergency meeting earlier on Saturday took the decision on the application of article 155 of the Spanish Constitution the Autonomous community of Catalonia, announced at a press conference, Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy.
In accordance with this article all around Catalonia can be removed from power, and leadership in this Autonomous community of Spain will carry out a representative appointed by Madrid, and then in Catalonia after the election.
According to Rajoy, “this measure is applied to restore the rule of law, normal functioning, recovery and elections in Catalonia”.
Now the decision of the Spanish government needs the approval of the Senate. Session dedicated to this issue scheduled for October 27.
1 October in Catalonia held a referendum on independence. The constitutional court of Spain, declared the vote unconstitutional.