Board, PSOE and Cs agree to initiate procedures to reform the Statute of Autonomy of Castilla-La Mancha

The Government of Castilla-La Mancha, the PSOE and Citizens have agreed to begin the procedures to reform the Statute of Autonomy of the region.

It has been the spokeswoman of Cs, Carmen Picazo, who after meeting with the regional president, Emiliano García-Page, has advanced this extreme, ensuring that it has been agreed to promote this reform.

As he said, there are many points to analyze, including the electoral law. "Citizens will ensure measures of political regeneration," he said.


The orange spokeswoman, who has been the first to appear after finishing a meeting that has lasted for almost two hours, has assured that after finding that PSOE and his party maintain "the same position in terms of the territorial model of Spain", they have armored again the ten agreements of the government pacts in Albacete, Ciudad Real and Guadalajara, including the defense of the unity of Spain.

In addition, it has been decided to create a Monitoring Commission for these pacts, and as Picazo has stated, the possibility is extended that the orange formation can also raise proposals in favor of the other two provincial capitals where there are no governance pacts, such as They are Toledo and Cuenca.


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