Friday, July 30

Aragonès, on the remodeling of the Government: “The important thing is not who, but what”


The President of the Generalitat, Pere Aragonès, has referred to the remodeling of the Government announced on Saturday by Pedro Sánchez and has stressed that “the important thing is not who, but what” in regard to the “resolution of the political conflict with Catalonia “, as well as in matters of investments, of” habitual relations between the two governments “and of” fight against COVID-19 “. In statements to the press after a visit to the Bellvitge University Hospital to learn about the evolution of the pandemic, Aragonès has pointed out about the government remodeling that “the important thing is not how the government of the Spanish State is organized, but that the decisions that they are absolutely necessary. ”

Raquel Sánchez, a metropolitan mayor of the PSC to manage transport and housing

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“What we hope is that the State-Generalitat bilateral commission scheduled for the end of this month of July can advance in what is the area of ​​investments and sectoral conflicts that are open, and also that in the month of September, at the table of negotiation, organize as they want but bring a proposal for the resolution of the political conflict in the same way that we will carry the proposal based on amnesty and the exercise of self-determination, “he declared.

The President of the Generalitat has also indicated that one of the issues that “are pending to be resolved this July” is “the need to allow the sale of COVID-19 tests in pharmacies” and has stressed that “it should be make this decision, which is the responsibility of the State, in the next few days. ”

Illa celebrates that the PSC gains “weight”

The leader of the PSC in the Parliament, Salvador Illa, has celebrated for his part that “the Catalan socialists gain weight” within the Government after the remodeling. He has said this in statements to the media from Os de Balaguer (Lleida), the day after the appointment of the hitherto Minister of Territorial Policy, Miquel Iceta, as the new head of the Culture portfolio, and of the mayor of Gavà (Barcelona) , Raquel Sánchez, head of the Ministry of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda.

On the other hand, the socialist leader has asked to open a stage of dialogue between Catalans and has accused the president of the Generalitat, Pere Aragonès, of “refusing to lead this dialogue, of becoming an immobile president who defends the monologue and which is the president of media Catalunya “.



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