The Unified Police Union (SUP) and the Unified Association of Civil Guards (AUGC) have shown their support for the police officers and civil guards sued for 1-O, which now confirms in court as being investigated for those unrest that occurred after the decision of the Supreme Court in October 2019. In the same way, the SUP and AUGC showed their total rejection of the humiliation of the agreement reached between the PSOE and the ERC independentists for the investiture of the Government of Pedro Sánchez.
“We feel that we are being used as a bargaining chip in the negotiations to form a government. The National Police and the Civil Guard have lost their influence and presence in Catalonia because of the continued intention to take over the powers and expel the civil and national guards. police from This Autonomous Community. They stoned us on October 1, 2017 and now they “stoned” us in the institution. From two police organizations we criticized that, putting our own physical integrity in danger, the police and civil guards obeyed the government’s orders aimed at restoring constitutional order, and now we see how the central government is trying to grant amnesty to those who violated the rule in the law to negotiate and white what happened that day and deal with it.
to judicially condemn and shame the police officers and civil guards who acted with full seriousness and professionalism in 1-O”.
“The acting Government is moving from intentions to facts and it is a certainty that the agreement agreed for the investiture between PSOE and ERC in its articles (points 4 and 6) will lead to the breaking of the security of the citizens of Catalonia . The staff of the Mossos d’Esquadra, the item of the budget for this regional police is increased while the State Security Forces and Corps are denied the recognition of the Special Singularity Zone complement, properties whose ownership corresponds to the State will be handed over to Generalitat of Catalonia, an issue that affects the buildings of the Police and Civil Guard, and this seems to be just the beginning”.
“We cannot remain indifferent to what we consider to be a clear attack on our professional rights, where we are not only used by 1-O, to later become “bargaining currency” according to at ease, but now we also need to see how the Government. It is in the financial waters of the Mossos and thus complete the definitive expulsion of the civil guards and police from Catalonia. Therefore, from AUGC and SUP we will meet in November 10 at the doors of the courts of Barcelona to show this Government our resounding rejection of this agreement reached and support the 45 members of the Police and Civil Guard who are serving in one of the most difficult moments for our democracy.