The spokeswoman of the PP in Congress, Cayetana Álvarez de Toledo, has requested at the beginning of the plenary session the reading of the agreement between ERC and the PSOE, something that has been rejected by the president of the lower house, Meritxell Batet, who has argued that this pact is already known “publicly”.
Álvarez de Toledo has asked for the floor to, depending on article 72 of the Regulation, require that the agreement for the “creation of a table between the Government of Spain and the Generalitat for the resolution of the political conflict” be read, since the PP He believes that “it is of absolute relevance” in the debate that begins this Friday.
Batet has replied that the text “is publicly known by everyone”, which “does not proceed to read in this parliamentary process,” he concluded.
The popular spokeswoman has cited article 72 of the Regulations of the Congress, which states that any deputy may request during a debate the reading of “rules or documents that create conducive to the illustration of the matter in question.”
This article also establishes that the Presidency of the Congress may “deny the readings that it considers not relevant or unnecessary”, so that the plenary session has continued with the planned agenda.