Aragon’s Ultimatum to Government for Spying Pegasus: “That They Don’t Test Us”


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The president of the Generalitat in Girona is
The President of the Generalitat in Girona this SaturdayDavid BorataEFE

“If anyone thinks that by sacking the CNI director they will try to turn the page on this matter, with this smokescreen, they are absolutely wrong.” With these words, the president of the Generalitat, Pere Aragon, wanted to issue an ultimatum to Pedro Sánchez’s government to make a more drastic decision to defend the ERC’s support in the legislature. “They don’t put us to the test, when they put us to the test they have seen what happened,” Aragon assures, referring to the independence protests on the street during the difficult years of the sovereignty process, despite the fact. It is that now they hardly have the ability to mobilize.

In a presentation to the ERC candidate for mayor of Girona, Quim Ayats, Aragon lamented that the state does not respect rights and freedoms and that it “systematically violates” them and that they are therefore “in danger”. “We will defend the independence of Catalonia, even if they wait on us, force us into exile and imprison us,” the Catalan president said, accusing the state of considering sovereignty “a threat to self-determination, amnesty, protecting all institutions and democratic convictions from civil mobilization”.

For this reason, he hopes that the state will try to “justify the unreasonable and inventiveness they have to invent” for spying on Pegasus, which is “the most unfair, most serious and reprehensible case of recent decades” and Now “the most serious intoxication.” Great of the past few months”. In his speech, Aragon said that the government would not leave the decision regarding the Catalan language and the school’s future in the hands of the state: “It has shown that it is spying on us, that it loves us.” does not, that it does not respect us”

In this sense, he assured that the Generalitat would leave “none of the possibilities” to defend the school in Catalan to implement the sentence before the deadline given by the Superior Court of Justice (TSJC) of Catalonia. less than the given time limit. At least 25% of teaching hours teaching in Spanish.

psc response

The leader of the PSC, Salvador Ila, closed ranks with the government and explained that what was disclosed in the Official Secrets Commission “certifies” that he always acted “within the rule of law”. In this sense, he assured that his party was “committed” to clarify everything necessary regarding the possible spying of other pro-independence leaders, but specified that for now it is being shown that the Spanish The government has not in any case acted within the ambit of the law.

Justifacin D Citizen Lab

Via social networks, Ronald Deebert, Director of Citizen Lab, has published answers to questions addressed by several MEPs from Ciutadance about the report, titled ‘Catalange’. “No Catalan political party or pro-independence organization was involved in the drafting or technical analysis of the report,” the academic said, despite admitting that he had used the same name to refer to alleged spying by sovereignty leaders. . , when he suspected that he was being spied on and his phone was analyzed.

Furthermore, he acknowledged that publication of the report appeared in ‘The New Yorker’ as “normal” practice, despite the fact that pro-independence organizations and parties also took advantage of the same date to launch an aggressive campaign. started. The social network for attacking the government for alleged espionage and activating a page registered with the name ‘Cattlegate’ since January. The director of the Citizen Lab stated that “our research follows an ethical protocol approved by the ethics board of the University of Toronto” and defended that there was no “conflict of interest” of Alice Campo, one of the colleagues in the report, which she called for the libertarians. were in charge of coordinating with those who condemned and sought “potential victims”.

Despite this, the person in charge of Citizen Lab admitted that he did not know until after the publication of the report that Campo was being investigated in a judicial proceeding opened by the National High Court and refused to disclose aspects of the report. Given such as WHERE the total number of phones or devices analyzed to “protect the privacy of research participants”. Another data they do not reveal is whether they checked the mobile phones of non-independent politicians or activists.

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