Majority parliamentary group will demand declassification of ‘Pegasus Papers’
- Security Government authorizes CNI to provide judge information about Pedro Sanchez’s spying
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Parliamentary allies, junior partners of the government and even the first opposition party. no one gives up; everybody wants to go everywhere Pegasus Case Tighten the screws on Pedro Sanchez so that he can answer a number of questions raised by yesterday’s spying of pro-independence leaders and attacks on the mobile phones of the prime minister and defense and interior ministers.
Answers and declassifications of documents. Practically all parliamentary forces that are unwilling to consider the matter are resolved by Sanchez with a forced appearance in which he limits himself to explaining the measures that have so far tried to clarify the matter. agreed to these demands.
To this general demand, the government’s allies add to the formation of an inquiry commission. This is a petition which the PSOE opposes, arguing that the area to deal with the matter is official secrets commission, Socialists also rejected the publication of the documents, saying that it should be done only on the request of justice.
There are some who expect the revelations in Sanchez’s presence, though they caress the possibility that the president announces his desire to promote reform of national security legislation and review laws that will help CNI and govern its judicial control, such as the PNV proposed in a bill that was accepted for processing by Congressional tables yesterday.
The Basque Nationalists’ proposal in principle satisfied a good number of parliamentary forces and, although it would not be enough to silence the demand to assume the responsibilities presented by pro-independence formations, it was intended to provide material for debate. which will be held in Congress tomorrow and is already being seen as a barrage of questions with few answers and many cross-condemnations.
three supervising magistrates
The PNV plans to strengthen the political and judicial control of the functions of the CNI, primarily in interventions affecting fundamental rights. He advocates that the President of the Government propose the person who should lead the intelligence service to “establish the direct political responsibility of the highest government official”. He also argues that reserve expenditure commission Or official secrets may know the means through which interferences that obtain judicial authority arise.
With regard to judicial control of the activities of the Centre, it is committed to “establish a collegiate body composed of three magistrates of the Supreme Court who, by consensus, agree, through a reasoned resolution, to grant or not to grant the request. authority”.
The Director of the CNI shall, moreover, specify in his request “a description of the means and resources to be used, their distinguishing characteristics” so that they can be evaluated in accordance with the principle of proportionality. Lastly, the magistrate will also be able to exercise control later as he must be informed by the director of the center of the degree of execution of each authority.
barrage of questions
JXCAT, ERC or Ms Pas consider PNV’s proposal to be “good”, though it is not enough for them to forget their claim of setting up a Parliamentary Inquiry Commission. United we can also take it as a positive. The ERC will participate in the debate tomorrow with the intention of knowing “who and why” from the President. In short, his spokesman, Gabriel Rufin, intends to ask Sanchez “all the questions he would ask in the Commission of Inquiry, and cannot.” Being unkind because, as he himself admits, the relationship with PSOE is now “at its worst”.
Ms Paas hopes Sanchez “won’t waste a chance” to clarify. igo Errejn wants to know which institutions have them Pegasus ProgramWhat crimes were attempted by spying free people and how is it possible that the telephone numbers of members of the government were not investigated until the investigation uncovered. civil laboratory, Ms. Pass claims to be declassified Pegasus Papers And reform the official secrecy law because, they insist, “there can be no power without control.”
United We Can, like the government’s parliamentary allies, advocates the declassification of documents relating to spying of independence parties, and welcomes the proposal of Basque nationalists. “Anything that leads to greater transparency is a good idea,” says Pablo Ichenic.
Spokesperson of PDECAT, ferran belle, one of the spies without judicial authority, seeks clarification regarding matters which, like him, were not clarified by the former director of CNI. For this training, it is not enough that the government lends itself to enabling CNIs to provide documents to the National High Court on spying on the prime minister’s cell phone.
PP, for its part, expects Sanchez to clarify key unknowns regarding the attack on his phone. spokesperson of popular, Kuka Gamara, insists that the president has no excuse not to do so because the president “knows perfectly well what information he has on his cell phone, what may be stolen from him and whether it may affect national security.” may be affected.” “Prime Minister,” he insisted, “needs not to be declassified.”
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