The Spanish Constitution celebrates 45 years of validity today amid great political tension and tension over the amnesty law, which was renewed five years ago without the General Council of the Judiciary and only one day after the break between Podemos and Sumar. more tension with the coalition government.
The traditional institutional activity of the Cortes Generales will also be marked by the absence of several parliamentary groups. As usual, the nationalist and independence groups—EH Bildu, PNV, ERC, Junts, and BNG—will not attend, all of which have become important parliamentary partners for the coalition executive in this legislature.
Vox will also not participate, as it did not do last year, although it will participate in raising the flag in the Plaza de la Marina Española, next to the Senate. Afterwards, he was absent from the celebration, arguing that the PSOE and its allies had “trampled” the Magna Carta. Santiago Abascal will attend the protest called by Denaes in front of the PSOE headquarters on Ferraz Street at the same time as this event.
The focus is also on the presence of five representatives of Podemos who announced that they would go to the Mixed Party and who promised to raise their voices because its general secretary, Ione Belarra, has already summoned the journalists.
The representation of the regional presidents is reduced to six, five from the PP: Andalusia, Juanma Moreno; Castilla y León, Alfonso Fernández Manueco; Galicia, Alfonso Rueda; Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso; and Murcia, Fernando López Miras; and Fernando Clavijo, from the Canarian Coalition, but manage with the famous of the islands.
As usual, the Basque Lehendakari and the president of the Generalitat of Catalonia will not attend, and the PSOE regional presidents will not be present either.