The State "has not rectified" 10 years after the sentence of the Statute

Former Catalan President Carles Puigdemont has stated this Sunday that, ten years after the Constitutional Court ruling that repealed a good part of the 2006 Catalan Statute, the State "has not made any rectification."

On June 28, 2010, the Constitutional Court declared 14 articles unconstitutional and reinterpreted another 27, including those referring to the language or the definition of Catalonia as a nation, of the text of the Statute that had been approved by Congress and by the Catalans in the referendum held on June 18, 2006.

Coinciding with the tenth anniversary of that historic sentence, the former Catalan president has published on social media a message indicating that the Constitutional resolution was made "against the Parliament, against the Cortes, against the referendum" and "on behalf of the Constitution that had just been loaded. "

"Ten years later," he continues, "the State has not made any rectification, nor has it made excuses, nor has it made any self-criticism. On the contrary."


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