The president of Castilla-La Mancha, Emiliano García-Page, has valued the agreement between PSOE and Junts for the formation of the Congress Table, although he has regretted that Carles Puigdemont is "the one who has remote control of the legislature", which "It's going to be complicated, not to say that it won't start" if he "doesn't get out of the referendum."
He has said this at the inauguration of the socialist María Chivite as president of Navarra, where, after learning of the agreement for the Congress Table, he has indicated that "the fair or the market" is now open, alluding to the political talks for the distribution of charges that alliances entail.
"Personally I think that Puigdemont, who is the one who has remote control of the legislature and from outside Spain, cannot have the Government of Spain subjected to probation, much less can he propose that he be the one who decides, so that or gets out of the referendum and the 'Catalan Brexit' process, or obviously the legislature is going to be complicated, not to say that it is not going to start". he has stated.
García Page has attributed part of the agreement for the Table of Congress to the fact that in Spain "there is a very large, very large majority" that "has wanted to prevent Vox from entering the Government", although he has also said that nobody could imagine when voting for the July 23, when this was going to be "a legislature with remote control", in reference to the fundamental position of the Junts deputies and the leadership of Carles Puigemont from Belgium.
"That is what is controversial, what is perverse about the diabolical result that the polls produced", he has influenced to consider that what happened this Thursday in Congress "is no longer the process for the negotiations to begin, and that is what we It has everyone on edge."
Regarding the agreement between PSOE and ERC to elevate Francina Armengol to the presidency of Congress with the commitment to allow co-official languages in the Lower House, García Page has defended that they are languages that "are in the Constitution".
"The only problem is when the language is used as a throwing weapon," he added to warn that a language like Galician "has never been used in Spain as an identity problem."
It is "when you want to use a language as a throwing weapon or as a border element, when it then becomes a problem", he warned to conclude that "self-determination, whether it is said in Galician, is said in Basque, is said in Catalan or is said in Spanish, there can be no self-determination. Before that there must be many elections".
Regarding the new president of Congress, he stressed that Francina Armengol is "a person who is very open to dialogue" and "who has managed to get along with many people and who is surely going to play" a role along those lines.