Bolaos asks the European Commission to “respect the political debate in Spain” on the amnesty | EUROtoday
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The nonetheless performing Minister of the Presidency, Relations with the Cortes and Democratic Memory and future Minister of Justice, Flix Bolaosrequested this Monday the European Commission to respect “the political and parliamentary debate in Spain in the face of the attempts of some political groups to convert an internal and Spanish debate into a European issue”, and guaranteed that the Amnesty Law “does not affect nothing to the interests and rights of the European Union”.
This is how sources from the Ministry of the Presidency assured that the dialog held by Bolaos with the vp of Values and Transparency befell, Vra Jourovand the Commissioner of Justice, Didier Reynderswith the “purpose of advancing” the Government’s place on the Amnesty Law proposal offered by the Socialist Parliamentary Group within the Congress of Deputies.
Last week, as quickly because it was registered, the minister despatched the textual content of the longer term Amnesty Law to each Jourov and Reynders after the latter’s requests.
In the dialog, at all times based on Presidency sources, the minister put himself on the “entire disposal” of the vp and the commissioner to offer them with “all the information they need about the procedure and content of the legislative initiative.” Furthermore, for this objective, I’ll go to Brussels subsequent week to carry conferences with each of them.
“Open a new stage”
Bolaos emphasised that this invoice responds to “the will shared by the absolute majority of the parties in Congress to normalize the institutional, political and social situation in Catalonia, and to open a new stage that overcomes the tension of recent years.” “, according to these sources.
It is, therefore, they say, “a political difficulty of inner scope that’s, as well as, absolutely congruent with the European order and values and impeccable from a constitutional perspective, by searching for an goal contemplated within the preamble of our Constitution: assure democratic coexistence. Consequently, the proposed legislation doesn’t have an effect on the pursuits and rights of the European Union in any manner. Quite the opposite, it’s in step with the values of the Union,” they say from the Executive.
Finally, Bolaos asked “to respect the political and parliamentary debate in Spain within the face of the makes an attempt of some political teams to transform an inner and Spanish debate right into a European difficulty. The rule of legislation in Spain is stable and can proceed to be so,” defended the He will even be Minister of Justice beginning tomorrow.