The president of Generalitat, Carles Puigdemont, has ruled out convening of autonomous elections to stop application of article 155 of Constitution, which is activated by government, so that Catalonia will return to legality. He has decided after 24 marathon hours of meetings and disencounters, announcements of resignation from some of his colleagues and accusations of treason by students and members of sovereigntists entities who have held independence challenge Over last few months.
With this decision, president of Generalitat gives free access to implementation of 155 which, at same time, is being debated in Senate committee which studies government's agreement. "The 155 that Senate will approve today is an outlaw and abusive application," he said.Learn More
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"There is no guarantee that justifies call for elections today," said Puigdemont, who has insured that he had been willing to make that election call to "normally". "It has been impossible," he insisted.
Puigdemont has decided that Parliament should determine how to react to application of article 155 of Constitution. In an institutional statement in Palau de la Generalitat, president of Generalitat has ensured that he has exhausted way for a dialogue solution "for a political conflict" but, he said, "I have not had a responsible answer from party" Popular ".