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Feijóo will defend the “dignity” of the judges and the police officers attacked in the ‘procés’ during the amnesty debate


01/10/2024 The leader of the PP, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, during a plenary session of the Congress of Deputies, in the Senate Palace, on January 10, 2024, in Madrid (Spain). The Plenary Session of Congress, in its first meeting of the year, debates and votes on the budget stability and public debt objectives for all administrations, a first step in the processing of the 2024 General Budgets. The coalition Government has sufficient support to overcome this process, but the PP can overthrow them when they have to be debated in the Senate. The plenary session is held in the Senate because the chamber of the Congress of Deputies is under construction. POLITICS Eduardo Parra – Europa Press

The leader of the PP, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, will use his intervention this Tuesday in Congress during the debate prior to the vote on the amnesty law to defend the “dignity” of the judges, which he considers questioned by the Government, and to vindicate the work of the police officers attacked in the ‘procés’ riots. Sources from the PP have detailed that Feijóo will refer directly to the President of the Government, “whether he is in the room or not”, and to the independence parties that “mark the future” of the country from exile and through an intermediary, in reference to the former Catalan president and leader. of Junts, Carles Puigdemont, fled from Justice in Belgium. In his speech, Feijóo “will defend the dignity of the judges questioned by the Government, and will vindicate the work of the police officers who were attacked in the name of the ‘procés’ by the people who are now being sought for amnesty”, the same sources. The Plenary Session of Congress plans to debate and vote this Tuesday afternoon on the proposed amnesty law for the ‘procés’ that the PSOE registered alone after its pact with Junts and ERC. The Justice Commission approved agreed modifications and the text went ahead with the vote of the three parties and, although Junts believes that the exception for terrorism crimes should be completely eliminated, the socialists are no longer contemplating changing that point. From the PP they have stressed that like every day a law or decree is voted in Congress, the country “stands up pending the demands of the independence movement to Pedro Sánchez and attentive to the transfers of the Government to ERC or Junts.” ONE USED TO ASK AND ANOTHER TO GIVE IN The ‘popular’ have criticized that “a party accustomed to asking and another accustomed to giving in are once again playing with the times to distract public opinion with a law”, that of amnesty, “which in “Nothing improves the quality of life of citizens, but it does affect their dignity.” For the main opposition party, Sánchez’s Government has become a “bargain” for the pro-independence parties, which “pamper him until he spies on them because they know that they will never have a president as docile as him”, in reference to the wiretapping carried out starting in 2019, with the PSOE already in Moncloa, on the then Catalan vice president and now president of the Generalitat, Pere Aragonès, from the National Intelligence Center (CNI). The PP has indicated that the Government has responded with “cessions and surrenders” to the “threats” of Junts on the eve of the election of the Presidency of Congress, in the investiture of Sánchez and in the validation of decrees two weeks ago, for which, in his opinion, “nothing suggests that the same thing will not happen today.” “Either Junts understands that this law is better than any for them and accepts it in exchange for making their vote more expensive in the next vote, or Sánchez agrees to make terrorism even cheaper,” they noted.



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