The General Policy Debate will resume this Tuesday at 3:00 pm with the debate and the voting of the resolution proposals that the groups have presented, and will be done with the controversy still alive on the situation of the deputies affected by the suspension dictated by the Supreme Court.
The four deputies of JxCat affected have submitted a letter to delegate their vote, a maneuver that does not have the endorsement of the lawyers of the Chamber, who believe that it means not complying with the order issued by the magistrate Pablo Llarena.
Several opposition groups have already announced legal measures against it: if the delegations of votes were not withdrawn, the PSC will appeal to the Constitutional Court and Cs will file a criminal complaint against the sovereignist members of the Mesa.
Three hours before the plenary session begins, at 12 o'clock, the Bureau will have met to deal with ordinary matters and, presumably, the report on this subject that the President of the Parlament has asked the lawyers, who, if they maintain their criteria , they will reject the delegated vote proposed by JxCat.
Regardless of the course of the legal initiatives of PSC and Cs, in the short term on Tuesday the controversy will focus on whether the Parliament will count the four delegated votes of JxCat: if it does, the votes could be challenged; if it does not, the independence movement would lose the absolute majority.
Dozens of resolutions presented by the groups will be debated and voted on in the plenary; among them, one of JxCat that asks the House to reject the King – for his speech of October 3, 2017 – and advocate for the abolition of the monarchy.
Other outstanding resolutions are driven by JxCat and ERC: they want the House to demand a referendum agreed to the central government, although they do not set the one-month ultimatum that President Quim Torra sent to President Pedro Sánchez last week.
The Chamber will also vote on proposals from the CUP and Cs that ask to fail or dismiss the Interior Minister, Miquel Buch, for recent police measures such as the incidents that were generated at the doors of the Parliament on 1 October.