The Committees for the Defense of the Republic (CDR) criticized that the negotiations that “can be done with the pro-independence parties of the enemy are not acceptable” and asked to reactivate the unilateral declaration of independence (DUI) in 2017.
In a statement broadcast by the Acting President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez.
They also criticized them for putting “proposals on the table that have not been consulted by anyone with the intention of burying the DUI commitment,” and for de facto handing over the monopoly of unilateralism to the State, in their words.
They also rejected the amnesty law, in which the pro-independence parties made the investiture subject and which the ERC announced this Thursday in its agreement with the PSOE, for “separating the processes of the political class from the activist principals .”
They added that this amnesty would be “a way to whitewash Spain internationally” and accept its power in Catalonia.
For its part, the Criminal Chamber of the National Court confirmed the conclusion of the summary and agreed to the opening of the oral trial against the 12 members of the CDR who were charged for belonging to a terrorist organization.
The magistrates of the Third Section thus endorsed the decision of the investigative judge Manuel García Castellón on the so-called ‘Operation Judas’, carried out in September 2019 against a group of people linked to the magistrate of called the Tactical Response Team (ERT). , a cell made up of individuals from different CDRs with great radicalism and who intended, through violence, to achieve the independence of Catalonia.
Several of the defendants appealed to the Criminal Chamber against the conclusion of the summary while requesting the implementation of investigative procedures that the magistrates considered unnecessary in some cases, although they pointed out that others could be agreed orally hearing.
In addition, the Criminal Chamber rejected the request for an archive made by three of the defendants accusing the lack of evidence of committing a crime belonging to a terrorist organization.