The Government is seeking legal formulas to appeal the resolution approved by the Parliament in which the King is reproached and the monarchy is questioned, despite being aware that it is a text whose value is political and not legal, and it is likely that the via an appeal before the Constitutional Court.
In informal conversation with journalists during the reception offered by the Kings at the Royal Palace, both the President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, and the Vice President, Carmen Calvo, have indicated that it is a political declaration. Moreover, Sanchez believes that the Catalan independence movement is now more in making statements than in incurring illegalities.
For the PP, however, there is a challenge to the TC against the aforementioned resolution, which was presented by Catalonia in Comú Podem and approved by the Plenary of the Parliament on October 11 with the votes of this group and JuntsxCat and ERC .
In the initiative, the PP also proposes to recognize "the fundamental role of the monarchy as a symbol of the unity and permanence of the State and especially the action of King Felipe VI before the secessionist challenge of Catalonia."
The 'popular' defend this motion because they see it necessary to support the figure of the King and the message he sent to citizens before the "situation of extreme gravity" that was generated last year in Catalonia around October 1.
"The figure of the King, who represents the unity and permanence of the State, is extremely uncomfortable for the secessionists and all those who seek to end the unity of Spain," they explain among the arguments of the initiative.