Spain's Supreme Court is a “very serious” judicial sentence said Carlos Carrizosa
Spain's Supreme Court is a "very serious" judicial sentence said Carlos Carrizosa, Ciudadanos leader. His party "won't allow any politician" to say that they are above Court decisions.
After Spain’s Supreme Court rejected hearing an appeal against a Catalan High Court ruling, thus confirming a decision that 25% of school instruction must be given in Spanish, various voices in Catalonia have called for the ruling not to be adhered to.
“Catalan in schools must not be touched,” the president of the Catalan government, Pere Aragonès, said in response to the ruling. He also urged the Spanish government to "commit" to defending language immersion in Catalonia.