JxCat demands to gather the strategic direction of the independence movement so as not to leave the Government

The Junts leadership is clear that leaving the Government is a far from negligible possibility that was reinforced after the Diada demonstration organized by the ANC that mobilized 150,000 people, according to the Urban Guard -more than expected-, and in which its The president asked for independence or to go to elections, with the presence of the ministers of Junts and their leaders, but without prominent members of ERC except for Carme Forcadell.

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12 September 2022 Monday 02:32
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JxCat demands to gather the strategic direction of the independence movement so as not to leave the Government

The Junts leadership is clear that leaving the Government is a far from negligible possibility that was reinforced after the Diada demonstration organized by the ANC that mobilized 150,000 people, according to the Urban Guard -more than expected-, and in which its The president asked for independence or to go to elections, with the presence of the ministers of Junts and their leaders, but without prominent members of ERC except for Carme Forcadell. But to avoid this departure from the Government, Junts intends to bring together the strategic direction of the independence movement, a kind of what on the eve of the 1-O referendum was called the "stat major del procés".

This has been stated by both the president of the party, Laura Borràs, and its general secretary, Jordi Turull, this morning in two radio interviews. The first to do so, at the RAC1 microphones, was Turull, who asked to "take note of the outcry in the street" but who, given the cries of "Govern resignation" that were heard in Barcelona, ​​considered that before " slam the door" we must try to find solutions.

For number two of Junts, this solution involves the creation and meeting of this "space for strategic management of all the actors of independence" which, as he explained, is included in the government agreement with ERC. "These days the dialogue has been through the media and this is not good," warned Turull, who believes that it is necessary to "offer a horizon to citizens again."

The general secretary of Junts has recalled that after the investiture agreement there were some meetings in this space, but that they ended because "someone said they did not want to go there", in an apparent allusion to ERC that he did not want to specify. "After yesterday's demonstration, it is urgent to constitute this space again", he has settled.

And it is that for Junts, the diagnosis is clear. "The problem is being in a Government that makes decisions -some unilaterally- that take you away from independence," Turull said and Borràs later confirmed. "It is progressing very poorly, rather it is retreating, in what is the objective for which this government was launched", added the president of Junts, who sees "perfectly possible" that her formation leaves the Government and he has quoted his number two: "We cannot continue like this" -he said-, to the extent that, according to the audit carried out by Junts, "compliance with the agreements of the government pact is not taking place".

For Borràs, it is clear that a strategic direction for independence "is necessary." The president of the suspended Parliament has recalled that 1-O was reached "by all pushing in the same direction, not each one waging war on their part". "If someone denies that there can be a space where this strategy is agreed, it is that he does not want the joint strategy to advance", she has concluded.

And in the future lurks a key date for the future of the Catalan executive, the general policy debate that will be held in the Parlament on September 27 and 30. In this sense, Turull has assured that they will meet with ERC to see if, from there to this debate, "we agree on what we see as different". "The strategic management meeting must be as soon as possible," he urged.

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