The Government delegate in Catalonia, Teresa Cunillera, has asked that the response to the Supreme Court ruling to independentist leaders be rational beyond emotional, and has assured that she does not like the name of the initiative promoted by civil society ' Tsunami Democràtic '.
"Nothing good ever comes out of a tsunami, I don't like the name they have chosen, but I don't think there is a will to break it," he said Friday in an interview in Catalunya Ràdio collected by Europa Press.
Asked if she thinks that the people who voted in the 1-O can feel sentenced, she has said that she can understand that whoever has participated feels emotionally affected, but not sentenced.
On whether they will send from the Government police forces before the demonstrations that may exist, the socialist has responded that they do not contemplate it and that they are "calm".
From the investiture to the acting President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, he has argued that he believes that there is no other way than a programmatic agreement of the PSOE with United We can: "I still have hope that there is government."
"Catalonia is a big obstacle, but not the only one. I want there to be a government and it should not be a government in practice, but a strong government," said the delegate.
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