Artur Mas demands from Aragonès a "sincere effort" to prevent the breakup of the Government

The 129th president of the Generalitat Artur Mas is very concerned about the crisis that the Government of Pere Aragonès is experiencing, on the verge of the abyss due to the consultation to which the Junts militancy is subjected on its continuity in the Executive, and for the future of the "sovereignty project" or, what is the same, of the procés, the beginning of which some analysts place it in the turn that he himself took ten years ago when calling elections in Catalonia after Mariano Rajoy slammed the fiscal pact.

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05 October 2022 Wednesday 02:30
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Artur Mas demands from Aragonès a "sincere effort" to prevent the breakup of the Government

The 129th president of the Generalitat Artur Mas is very concerned about the crisis that the Government of Pere Aragonès is experiencing, on the verge of the abyss due to the consultation to which the Junts militancy is subjected on its continuity in the Executive, and for the future of the "sovereignty project" or, what is the same, of the procés, the beginning of which some analysts place it in the turn that he himself took ten years ago when calling elections in Catalonia after Mariano Rajoy slammed the fiscal pact.

This concern of Mas, who is not a member of Junts, has led him to call on his successor Pere Aragonès, "as the head of the government", to make a "sincere effort" in recent days to prevent the Govern from breaking up. . In an interview on the program Cafè d'Idees de La 2, Artur Mas has launched this request because he considers that the breakup is "avoidable".

President Mas bases his conviction on the figure of the general secretary of Junts, Jordi Turull, whom "he knows very well" because of his convergent past and whom he defines as a "demanding but not intransigent" man with whom "you can reach agreements" and "he is not a hooligan". For this reason, Mas believes that the Government can have "a good ending" and calls on Aragonès to "put all the meat on the grill" so that it happens.

"At this moment the Government is on a collision course", recognized Mas, who has pointed to Aragonès as "the most responsible person who can change the course". The 129th president has avoided specifying how his successor could act. "More than a gesture, it's an attitude", suggested the former leader of the extinct Convergència. "Things can happen and things should happen to guarantee that this government does not end badly," he insisted.

Otherwise, Artur Mas believes that "the price to pay would be very high" since, in his opinion, the pro-independence majority and the credibility of sovereignty as a project are at risk. "Who will be responsible for it?", He has asked himself.

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