The Constitutional Court has admitted to proceedings appeal appeal of unconstitutionality of United we can against application of article 155 of constitutional. This Wednesday's decision does not anticipate any argument about fund of appeal, which court will resolve at time by issuing corresponding judgement. The resource of United we can, presented on December 4, questioned constitutionality of cessation of Government, dissolution of Parlament and call for autonomic elections of October 21. "The 155 allows to send direct instructions of fulfillment to autonomous Communities and even to assume some executive actions but sure that it does not allow to dissolve Parlament nor government of Generalitat. That is not 155 but de facto modification of statute and self-government of Catalonia, said Xavier Domènech.More information
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In its writing, party led by Pablo Iglesias considered agreement approved in Senate "contrary to this constitutional framework, to extent that it was adopted with violation of constitutionally envisaged procedure, since prerequisite of Government, request for authorisation and agreement now contested do not keep necessary coherence in identification of breach or attack on general interest or in determination of resettlement measures. In addition, reasoning continued, "neir have guarantees of intervention of authorities of Generalitat been respected in procedure nor have ir allegations been duly considered, reby defrauding principles and constitutional values protected by That procedure. "
United we can, from outset, expressed its rejection of application of article 155. At Senate meeting on 27 October, he joined ERC, PNV and PDeCAT and voted against it. The party considered that Government, with support of PSOE and citizens, had "suspended democracy in Catalonia and Spain." "Any Democrat must have creeps so we just heard. It is a historic day in terrible for democracy in Spain, "said Paul Echenique after his approval.