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Independence Movement Wants To Agree On How To Act Before State Interference

The new president of the Parliament, Laura Borràs, has affirmed that the pro-independence parties are working to reach a consensus on a joint reaction if there is “interference” by the State in political decisions in Catalonia during the legislature that has just begun.

The current negotiation between the pro-independence parties must lead to a “unity of political, institutional, anti-repressive action and of international projection,” he added this Sunday in a TV-3 interview collected by Europa Press.

When asked if the Secretary of Parliament warns him of possible unconstitutionalities in this legislature, he regretted that “interference” could come and has defended verbatim that the Chamber should be inviolable .

The one who was Junts’ candidate for the Catalan elections has insisted that the pro-independence parties are talking about how to confront together what they have called interference: “We are working precisely to see how we prepare for these situations that we have already experienced in the previous legislature” .

Assume responsibilities
“We have to preserve the civil servants”, has qualified, but the politicians yes must assume responsibilities according to what the ballot boxes have decided.

And he regretted that the legislature already started on Friday with a problem: the Age Committee rejected the delegation of the vote requested by the elected deputy of Junts Lluís Puig (since he is in Brussels), and has said that “the right to vote of a deputy is a basic right “, so she ensures that she will preserve rights like these.

“Obviously we are aware” of the problems it can cause depending on what decisions of this type.

“Democratic normality has to be restored,” according to her, and that implies rejecting what she has called State interference.

The new Bureau of Parliament
Regarding the lack of parties represented in the new Parliamentary Board, he said that it “reflects” the electoral result, and, regarding the lack of the ‘comuns’ in particular, he replied that the presence of the CUP has been supported because it is necessary good coordination of the independentistas this legislature.

As for her predecessor, Roger Torrent, Borràs has said that in her speech she made “no reproach” to the Republican , but instead focused her praise on another predecessor, Carme Forcadell.

The ERC-Junts socket
Borràs has affirmed that in this legislature it is necessary to advance towards independence, with the electoral results that have occurred: she sees a technical tie between ERC and Junts, so she defends coordination, despite having “different strategies.”

The fit “must exist”, and he added that the dialogue table -which ERC defends- must pass to a negotiation process, reports Europa Press.

“Given the results, because the consequences are on the table and everyone can see them, what we propose is to go through a negotiation process: we do not need to dialogue with the State; we need to negotiate with the State how we resolve this political conflict”, has said.

He is optimistic about reaching an independence agreement in the new legislature, but has not wanted to specify more, claiming discretion during the negotiations.

He has admitted that the last legislature was “tumultuous” among the members of the Government but has also stressed that it was very complex to deal with.

On why Junts maintains its pact with the PSC in the Diputación de Barcelona, ​​he has responded that the independence movement must “work so that these situations do not occur,” although he has attributed that agreement to a specific situation.

She has also affirmed that a “defendant from home” comes to office and has insisted that the cause of alleged misconduct for which she is accused is “a political cause. She recalled that she comes to office “with two complaints from the Constitutional Court” and has regretted suffering the “violence” they imply, according to her. “Being in the political front line in this context of persecution of political dissidence carried out by the Spanish State has risks,” he stressed.

Borràs is being investigated for a case of split contracts when she ran the Institution of Catalan Letters (ILC).

In this regard, he has said that the case is based on “reports from the Civil Guard, referred to as patriotic police” -although in reality the investigation was initiated by the Mossos d’Esquadra- and has pointed out that some of the references come “from a sewer that tries to flood everything “.

“It would not be a cause if it were not in the political line in which I am located”, has asserted Borràs, and has finished: “I am not corrupt . “