Mazón and the Law of Concordia: "The Government should not give lessons in constitutional coherence"

Carlos Mazón stated this morning that the Government "has a difficult time giving lessons on constitutional coherence" and has insisted that the Concordia law, presented as a bill in Les Corts by PP and Vox, aims to expand rights.

Oliver Thansan
Oliver Thansan
01 April 2024 Monday 17:04
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Mazón and the Law of Concordia: "The Government should not give lessons in constitutional coherence"

Carlos Mazón stated this morning that the Government "has a difficult time giving lessons on constitutional coherence" and has insisted that the Concordia law, presented as a bill in Les Corts by PP and Vox, aims to expand rights. Mazón has been asked about the Government's announcement to transfer to the Constitutional Court the concord laws of PP and Vox that are being prepared in the Valencian Community and other autonomies.

In this regard, Mazón has indicated that what this bill seeks "is harmony and incorporating the victims of ETA's political violence. If it does not seem right to the Government of Spain that, in addition to consolidating by law what already exists, we incorporate the victims of ETA, he is going to have to explain it.

"In the Valencian Community alone there are eleven victims of ETA with unsolved crimes," lamented Mazón, who has advocated "working for harmony and not for history at the request of one party."

After admitting, to questions from a journalist, that the Franco regime was a dictatorship, the president questioned "the constitutionality criteria of the central government," because "as soon as it turns out that the amnesty is constitutional, then it is not and, in short, "In matters of constitutional coherence, the Government of Spain finds it difficult to give lessons".