The Civil Guard places the former president of the Advisory Council for the National Transition (CATN) Carles Viver i Pi Sunyer as the "intellectual author" of the "procés" and the "architect" of the design of the disconnection, in a new report sent to the judge after I exonerated him in the case about 1-O.
This is warned by the Civil Guard in a report, which has had access Efe, sent on 18 June to the owner of the court of instruction number 13 of Barcelona, which last April agreed not to prosecute the 'legal architect' of the "procés "in the open case against some thirty people, including several exalted positions of the Govern, for the preparations of the referendum.
In his report, the armed institute warned the judge that Viver i Pi Sunyer "not only limited himself to being the mastermind of the secession strategy, but he was determined to participate in it", although he sought ways to avoid his responsibility criminal because he was "perfect connoisseur" that "would erupt" a conflict with the political and legal framework of the State.
In fact, it highlights that, to avoid any criminal liability, Viver i Pi Sunyer was "stubborn" in "transferring his responsibility as ideologist and even promoter of the process of secession to political representatives", which would be those who, with their votes , approvals and executive acts, would implement the legal standards in which he was working.
According to the Civil Guard, Carles Viver acted as "adviser, ideologist, editor, coordinator and supervisor of legal regulations to make the republic effective", which had their maximum expression in the approval of the Referendum Law and that of Juridical transitoriness in the plenary session of the Parlament of September 6, 2017.
Although the judge agreed last April not to prosecute Viver i Pi Sunyer, who was one of those investigated in his case, the Civil Guard insists that in his position as president of the CATN and as commissioner "did not desist from his duties "and" he continued his work "disposing of a public salary" even knowing "that the norms he promoted" would violate the constitutional order ".
According to the report sent to the judge, Viver i Pi Sunyer was not limited to being the "mastermind of the secession strategy" but was determined to participate in it.
The armed institute recalls that Viver i Pi Sunyer joined the lists of JxS (Junts pel Yes) in the autonomic elections of September 27, 2015, from which it deduces "that not only was assigned an advisory function, but, In addition, its purpose was the development and the road map for the creation of an independent Catalan state ".
Specifically, according to the Civil Guard, Carles Viver "participated, led, directed and coordinated" the measures or activities related to the creation of the legal and institutional order of the new state, the creation of the new administration and the performance of the same in each of the sectors of its activity.
"For all these reasons, it could be concluded that the architect of the design of the measures aimed at the territorial disconnection, and therefore, the construction of Catalonia as an independent state, was the commissioner Carles Viver i Pi Sunyer", the report highlights.
According to the Civil Guard, the mission of Viver i Pi Sunyer was to develop a legal framework parallel to the current legislation "with which to cover the secessionist challenge and the rupture with the State".
It also points out that Viver i Pi Sunyer participated "actively" in the "ideological development" of 1-O, although personally he was not in favor of its celebration, since he considered it a "new 9N", a reissue of the consultation that promoted the November 9, 2014 the then Catalan president Artur Mas.
According to the Civil Guard, Carles Viver was aware that the 1-O "could possibly be declared unconstitutional and that, in addition, it would pose serious problems to be celebrated."
In fact, the armed institute emphasizes that Viver i Pi Sunyer considered that after the victory of JxS in the 27S elections, which he defined as "plebiscitary", they already had the necessary "legitimacy" to be able to declare independence.
It also highlights that he was "perfectly aware" that the Catalan government had prepared between 50 and 60% of the so-called state structures and 80% of the legislative provisions ready to be applied, although they kept them hidden "for political reasons" .
"Carles Viver showed his conviction that the 'procés' could not be stopped, that the independence movement had the legitimacy to advance in the construction of its own state," concludes the Civil Guard.
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