Parliament to debate rupture in society as requested by Cs
Spanish congress rejects dialgogue "without conditions" between Catalonia and Spain with votes of Socialists
The Catalan parliament will hold a plenary session on the rupture of social harmony in the country, as requested by the unionist party Ciutadans (Cs).
Cs’ spokesman, Carlos Carrizosa, stated on Tuesday, that the session due to take place from July 17 to 19, will repair fractures in Catalan society. Carrizosa, of the largest individual party in the chamber, said he regretted the “grave problems” that have been caused by the independence process.
These include the “degradation” of institutions and legality, as well as “harm” to the economy, and a “rupture” in society.
Cs have said that the first step of “overcoming” the situation is “recognizing the rupture.” In this sense, they have blamed the government for only looking out for “those who wear the yellow ribbon,” a sign of pro-independence support and solidarity with leaders in jail or abroad.
Dialogue "without conditions" rejected by Spanish congress
The Spanish congress has rejected dialgogue "without conditions" between Catalonia and Spain with votes of Socialists, the ruling party in Spain. Ciutadans also voted no to this motion.