The Catalan Civil Society lawyer, Manuel Zunón, has considered "fully proven" the accounting responsibility of former President Artur Mas and three exconsellers in the sovereignty consultation of November 9, 2014, and has assured that "there is no controversy: expenses are What are they".
In statements to the media at the end of the trial in which he accused Mas and three exconsellers of alleged accounting responsibilities in the sovereignty consultation of November 9, 2014, Zunón has assured that the judge has "very clear" the expenses of exaltos charges and has been convinced that Civil Society will win the trial.
Zunón has commented that it has been an interesting interrogation in which the accused have answered with "cordiality" to "uncomfortable" questions.
In short, Zunón has argued that the trial has been "useful" since they have also clarified "motivations, masking, disobedience and things that are not in the files and they had to explain."
The lawyer explained that this issue is a responsibility in the management of public funds and they are asked to report why they invested 5 million euros from the Generalitat in financing an act "that they knew was manifestly illegal and was suspended by the Constitutional Court" .