The Government is already planning to take the future Mazón Concord and Educational Law to the Constitutional Court

One day after closing the congress that has elevated her as the new leader of the PSPV, Minister Diana Morant has announced that the Government is considering appealing to the Constitutional Court two of the regulations that PP and Vox announced last Thursday.

Oliver Thansan
Oliver Thansan
24 March 2024 Sunday 16:36
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The Government is already planning to take the future Mazón Concord and Educational Law to the Constitutional Court

One day after closing the congress that has elevated her as the new leader of the PSPV, Minister Diana Morant has announced that the Government is considering appealing to the Constitutional Court two of the regulations that PP and Vox announced last Thursday. The general secretary of the PSPV has advanced in Les Notícies del Matí that both the so-called Law of Concord and the Law of Educational Freedom "confront laws that are already established within the framework of the State" and that contravene the Constitution.

In the interview on Valencian public television, the socialist leader warned that the Concordia law "cannot defend Francoism against democracy" and regretted that it had crossed the line that had never been crossed in our country of contradicting the "Democratic Memory Law, even defending Francoism."

The regulations, as this newspaper explained, provide for "recognizing all victims of violence, social, political, terrorism or ideological persecution besieged in the Valencian Community during the period between 1931 and up to the present day." Faced with this regulation, Morant has made it clear, as a member of Pedro Sánchez's Executive, that the Government of Spain is going to confront it at all levels and that it "studies very well what is going to be presented because we understand that it even goes beyond the Constitution."

In this argument, the general secretary of the PSPV has also included the PP and Vox educational law proposal and has assured that the Executive is "studying the use of Valencian in schools" included in the parliamentary initiative. "Using the tools of the Government of Spain we are going to combat the violation of the rights of the Valencians of PP and Vox," she pointed out.

Minutes later, in a call to the media, the spokesperson for Compromís in Les Corts Valencianes, Joan Baldoví, announced that his party will "oppose the processing via emergency" and will present "amendments to all the laws presented".

Regarding the judicial response, Baldoví has ​​indicated, Compromís is setting up a legal team focused on “studying these laws, what will be their deployment and the defense of the rights of Valencian men and women in the courts, because we are seeing that some of these proposals could have aspects of unconstitutionality and we are designing our response, using all the instances at our disposal, including European ones.”