Castile and León has taken the first step of the journey in the courts that it intends to follow regarding the controversial amnesty law that finalizes Pedro Sanchez to be able to govern.
Thus, the president of the Board, Alfonso Fernández Mañueco, has put the matter in the hands of the Constitutional Court. Fernández Mañueco warned that the region he presides over will “firm and blunt” against the “abuse of power” of the acting President of the Government to “privilege his partners.”
Along these lines, he announced that the extraordinary Government Council meeting this Saturday agreed to begin the “immediate challenge” procedure before the High Court when the agreements between the PSOE and the Catalan independentists on amnesty and debt forgiveness of Catalonia with the Autonomous Liquidity Fund (FLA).
In an appearance before the press after participating in this extraordinary Government Council, Mañueco insisted that the agreements that are finalized “they seriously attack Spain and Castilla y León” and against the “framework of coexistence”.
The Autonomous Government Council, meeting in an extraordinary manner at the request of the vice president of the Board, Juan García-Gallardo (Vox), has adopted two measures. The first of them involves initiating the procedure to challenge through an appeal of unconstitutionality before the constitutional Court when the amnesty agreements materialize.