in Face of this political climate, nor can we nor do we want to be quiet , y say selectmen in a manifesto
The mayors Catalan socialists have shown today ir rejection by pressures that y are receiving on part of government to give local councils to facilitate referendum illegal from 1 October. The selectmen socialists have presented a manifesto at an event with secretary general of PSOE, Pedro Sánchez, and first secretary of PSC, Miquel Iceta, in defending a Catalonia "plural" and ensure that you do not be dismayed by "threats".
The mayors and councillors of PSC of more than 350 municipalities have promoted manifesto under title 'Before referendum illegal from 1 October. "In face of this political and social climate, stimulated from different formations and entities, nor can we nor do we want to shut up, much less hide," says text.
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The text of mayors calls institutional dialogue to reform Constitution and to recognize plurinational Spain by a "lace fair and generous to nation catalana".
The text has been presented in an act with Pedro Sanchez in Santa Coloma de Gramenet (Barcelona). “In recent days we have seen how we were coerced, we point fingers, we cursed and we even threatened”, y say, for his political positioning.
The charges socialists claim that y refuse to accept that re exists “a unique vision of Catalonia” and lashing out at government of catalonia and independence forces. “In order to hide ir weaknesses, policies have laid blame hypocritically to those Councils that have decided to abide by law,” says manifesto.