Pujdeme decided not to go to Spain to give a speech in the Senate media

The head of the government of Catalonia Carles Pujdeme abandoned the idea to speak in the Senate of Spain on October 26. About it reports the edition of La Vanguardia, citing sources in the Parliament of Catalonia.

Earlier Pujdeme had planned to go to Madrid to speak in the Senate about the impossibility of application in Catalonia of article 155 of the Constitution, which would limit the autonomy of the region.

Today, however, the Parliament speaker Karma Forcadell reported that Pujdeme will not participate in the meeting of the Senate.

On 27 October, the Spanish Senate intends to consider the initiative of the government on the application of article 155 of the Constitution, which provides for intervention in the management of the Catalonia down to suspension of autonomy.

The government of Catalonia declared that October 1 is the referendum, the secession of the region from Spain supported 90,18% of participants of plebiscite. Voter turnout was 43%.

On October 10, the deputies of the Catalan Parliament adopted a document on the independence of Catalonia. The text says that the authorities of Catalonia shall establish «the Catalan Republic as an independent and sovereign state».

Putteman said that though Catalonia and won the right to independence, the formal Declaration of secession of the region from Spain should be postponed for a few weeks.

Putteman a few hours before the expiry of the ultimatum of Madrid suggested that the Spanish authorities conduct negotiations on the secession of Catalonia, but gave no clear answer, declared about the independence of the region.

Today, Prime Minister of Spain, Mariano Rajoy announced that Madrid gives effect to article 155 of the Constitution, which allows the Central government to take coercive measures for the implementation of Catalonia to its constitutional obligations.




Pujdeme decided not to go to Spain to give a speech in the Senate media 26.10.2017

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