The Government slows down the dialogue with the Generalitat and accelerates the social agenda
The pardon to the independence leaders was a drink that worried the Government, but once the step was taken, in Moncloa they believe that the strategy has gone well and that it will be a decision that in the long run will be understood, although it has a certain electoral cost for the socialists. The feeling in the Executive is that a new stage in Catalonia, but hope that the independence movement move tab After the gesture of the grace measure, which government sources consider that it has served to eliminate an "obstacle" that strained relations and complicated dialogue. That is the next step facing the Government and the Generalitat. Both parties maintain that it will not be easy and even in Moncloa they admit that they do not have a 100% guarantee of success, but they do have the determination to try, just like ERC. What they consider in the Executive, however, is that there is no rush to call the dialogue table. "The independence movement is maturing a new reality," says a minister, who believes that "changing the slope so quickly costs a lot."
Catalonia opens the phase of détente