Iceta (PSC) calls "serious error" joining the debate of the PGE to a trial not held

Iceta (PSC) calls "serious error" joining the debate of the PGE to a trial not held

The first secretary of the PSC, Miquel Iceta, has assured this Saturday that "it is a very serious error to join the debate of the budgets to a judgment that has not been celebrated", has affirmed that it has nothing to do and has remembered that it has also This was defended by the former president of the ANC, Jordi Sànchez, in an article.

In the act of presentation of the candidate of the PSC to the City of Tortosa (Tarragona), Enric Roig, Iceta has also highlighted: "It is so ridiculous to think that no crime was committed here, like thinking that it will be solved with many years of imprisonment "

But he added that the independence of the judiciary must be respected: "A government can not decide who goes to jail and who does not," and has asked that the presumption of innocence be respected, since the trial has not yet been held. the independence process

"Those who want to write the end of the story before the chapter has started make a very absurd mistake," said Iceta, who described the statements of the president of the Generalitat, Quim Torra, as well as those of the leaders, as a spectacle. of the PP and Cs, Pablo Casado and Albert Rivera, respectively.


He praised the work of the President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, who "is trying the most difficult thing in the world, which is to solve a problem that is poisoned by the passage of time", after what he has accused the right of not knowing how to solve it and to increase it.

"The Pedro Sanchez anti-inflammatory pills are working," said the leader of the PSC, which has indicated that it is convenient to lower the tension, and allow it to speak calmly.

That is why he has called for dialogue and reconciliation, and has blamed the independence of dividing Catalan society, but has called to talk about self-government, financing: "We need a pact, but not to break".

Iceta has reviewed some of the budgetary items that the Government has submitted for the PGE, such as the increase in the Minimum Interprofessional Salary or the increase in minimum pensions and has indicated that "a budget has never been able to collect measures for people to live better and have better opportunities. "

In addition, he recalled that Catalans will benefit from 2,200 million euros more, so he has reiterated that voting 'no' is voting for not having more resources for Catalonia: "Let that be said by some who night and day have the country in the mouth and the well-being of the Catalans in the mouth, because it is at least a contradiction, "said the socialist leader.


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