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Borràs (Junts) has assured that “the deep State is stirring” in the face of the amnesty


The president of Junts, Laura Borràs, has assured that “the deep State is stirring” in the face of the amnesty commitment made by the President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, to be inaugurated. “If we had invested the PP this would not be happening,” she defended in an interview on 3/24 this Monday collected by Europa Press. She has agreed with the party spokesperson, Josep Rius, that everything they had to explain about the meetings they have had with the PP they have already explained. “The president is very clear. Everything we had to say about this issue is said by him in this letter,” Borràs concluded, in reference to the message from the former president of the Generalitat, Carles Puigdemont. She has criticized that the leader of the PP, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, “is making every effort to explain, ‘counterexplain’, ‘reexplain'” his position on a pardon for Puigdemont and has opened the door for him to contradict himself. The president of Junts has rejected a “premium pardon, for a few” and has once again defended that the amnesty be – in her words – inclusive of her and be applied immediately. Regarding the reinstatement of the second secretary of the Parliament Board, Aurora Madaula, she has advocated for “celebrating that a person on medical leave is reinstated.” Madaula took her leave after her intervention in the ‘Ple de les Dones’ on November 25 in the Parliament caused widespread discomfort in the parliamentary group after stating that she had suffered “silent violence” from colleagues. ILC Borràs has reiterated that she has no intention of asking for a pardon after being sentenced to 4 and a half years in prison and 9 years of disqualification for splitting contracts to award them to a friend when she directed the Institució de les Lletres Catalanes (ILC). Asked if she would be included in an amnesty law, she defended that her party has “never presented her with names and surnames.” She has explained that she makes her political activity compatible with teaching, which she joined in the second semester, “after this situation was overcome,” in reference to the ILC trial.



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