The former president of the Generalitat Carles Puigdemont vindicated the unilateral declaration of independence approved by the Parliament in 2017, which this Friday marks six years, and urged the independence movement not to make a “rejection” of what they started in ” construction. “” is.
“We have to make sure that everything we don’t get involved in resignations or deconstructing what we started building six years ago although to some it seems a little and to others, it seems too much,” he said in a message to X.
El Parlament és el representant legítim del poble de Catalunya. Tots els pobles tenen dret a l’autodeterminació. És a partir d’aquesta legitimació i dels resultats del referèndum de l’1 d’octubre que avui fa sis anys, el @parlamentcat va proclamar la independència de Catalunya.…
— krls.eth / Carles Puigdemont (@KRLS) October 27, 2023
This message from Puigdemont, who is running in Belgium from the Spanish Justice, comes at an important moment in the negotiations between the pro-independence parties and the PSOE to facilitate the investment of the acting President of the Government and candidate, Pedro Sánchez, and after This Thursday the ERC said that the talks were “stopped” and warned that the negotiations were “not good” and that “the deadlines are running out.”
Both Junts and ERC accepted the approval of an amnesty law for those prosecuted because of the ‘procés’, although at the moment the PSOE has not given any details about this possible amnesty or its terms and details, although it has acknowledged that it is on the negotiating table.
The unilateral Declaration of Independence remains “alive”
In the message, Puigdemont warned that they did not reject the declaration or “will not reject it, no matter how many difficulties and no matter how many efforts others make to withdraw it,” and added that in these six years, they have ” preserved it from the amnesiac drive.” or devaluing some”.
The DUI (unilateral declaration of independence), Puigdemont said, remains “alive” if the independence movement unites “in a strategy, overcoming partisan temptations.”
On October 27, six years ago, after several days of pressure and internal debates, the pro-independence forces approved a unilateral declaration of independence in the Catalan Parliament, practice. It has no real effect. but that led the Government to use Article 155 of the Constitution to suspend, for the first time, the autonomy of a community.