Speaking to La Sexta collected by Europa Press, the pro-independence deputy has urged the President of the Government, Pedro Sanchez, to "move file" with the Prosecutor's Office if he intends to "bring positions" with ERC in a budget negotiation.
Although he has celebrated the "good measure" of increasing the minimum interprofessional salary to 900 euros, he has said that his party's approach to the Budget depends on what Sanchez does. According to him, the independentistas in prison are subjected to "a political trial" of the Supreme Court magistrate Pablo Llarena.
Regarding Sanchez's willingness to dialogue, he criticized that he does one thing for the day and at night another, and has applauded the agreement reached with Unidos Podemos, while at the same time he has criticized Sánchez's warning that he will take legal action against the reproach that the Catalan Parliament has made to King Felipe VI.
"EVERYTHING BEGINS AND FINISHES IN THE URNAS"
"We want to sit down with the whole world, but it is not reciprocal: unilateralism is not fulfilling an electoral mandate, but beating up ladies in front of a polling station, everything starts at the polls and everything ends up in the polls," said Rufián , and added that the leader of his party, Oriol Junqueras, told him the last time he visited him in prison that he would talk even with his jailers.
Rufián recalled that the crime of rebellion foresees violence and that, according to him, in Catalonia there has not been. In his opinion, that is something that would recognize anyone who was "objective" for "very against" that may be of the 'proces'. Finally, he has warned the Executive: "I understand that PDeCAT, PNV and Bildu will follow the path of asking for the release of the prisoners."