The 'popular' understand that the current Catalan Executive and political leaders "continue to express their intention to subvert the constitutional order", so they see it necessary to regain control that allowed the ministry headed by Cristóbal Montoro to supervise almost all payments made by the Catalan administration.
All the controls of the Catalan accounts were suppressed by the new Government of Pedro Sánchez, who lifted the supervision that remained in force on the margin of 155 in a gesture that for the PP was "the first toll paid" by the president in exchange for the support of the independence to his motion of censure against Rajoy.
The 'popular' also argue that the Supreme Court has dismissed the contentious-administrative appeal against those controls last September. Among other arguments, the court states fundamentally that by being attached to the Autonomic Liquidity Fund, the Generalitat has assumed the commitment to comply with the obligations that are established.
The spokesman of the PP, Ignacio Cosidó, has defended this control as "the most effective instrument" of the Executive "to deactivate this drift of the Generalitat" and the funding from the Catalan Budgets of the "embassies" abroad or the "machinery of propaganda "that includes public means of communication as well as" disinformation campaigns ". "It is essential that this control is fully backed up even by court rulings," said the parliamentary spokesman.
Cosidó has made it clear that the PP claims this control regardless of its insistence on the need to apply new measures under Article 155 of the Constitution.