The Pegasus case poisons debate and libertarians argue that the law invades capacity, is oppressive and affects fundamental rights.
- Policy Sanchez’s aggression jeopardizes the state’s agreement with PP: “How many more humiliations will we have to endure?”
The Popular Party will come to the aid of the government today and prevent with its votes that Pedro Sanchez’s parliamentary ally will overthrow the reform of the national security law. Popular will allow the project to continue with its parliamentary process and this will happen if they try to change it through partial amendments.
The ERC and JxCAT have submitted two full amendments against the said amendment, aimed not only to enrich the reform proposed by the executive, but also to repeal the substantive law approved by Mariano Rajoy’s government in 2015.
The government project amends only one article of the substantive law, adding seven clauses to it to create a list of public and private resources that the government can rely on “by all means to act in conditions of the interest of national security”. ..” and deal with crises.
The debate on this law has been tainted by espionage cases against independence leaders and attacks on the cell phones of presidents and ministers. defending I interior, In this way, dissenting structures argue that national security legislation opens even more doors for the state to “chase and wait” for separatism.
This is maintained by the spokesperson of JxCAT, Miriam Nogueras, in his speech defending the amendment to his entire group. The ERC, for their part, has argued that this is against the national security law as they seek to protect their own security. To them, the norm is “oppressive” and the amendments that the government now intends to do do nothing but strengthen the “ideological framework”. PP and Vox”. “It’s an undercover 155”, assured its deputy. montserrat bassa,
Defending the reform project of the National Security Act, the Minister of the Presidency, Flix Bolaos, has made a clear indication to the PP that the amendment respects the entire 2015 law and regulates only the section of the list of resources with which it deals with serious crisis. You can rely on the government to deal with the situations.
The minister has made a futile attempt to convince his parliamentary participants by arguing that the resolution does not attack autonomous powers, does not affect any fundamental right and only seeks to guarantee enhanced national security which may be threatened. could and should therefore be protected “in areas”. Not only on land, air and sea, but also in cyberspace.”
Bolaos has failed to persuade government allies. Not even PNV, which has raised serious objections to a project in which they clearly see centralization and only vaguely mention the participation of autonomous communities.
Citizens have questioned whether this is the most opportune moment, amid the crisis in the Pegasus case, for the government to request support for its project to amend the law. “You have a face for this and a lot more,” said Orange deputy Miguel Gutierrez, who took the opportunity to remind Bolaos that it is precisely his teammates who stand before him. The citizens argued that “Joe in Spain What is left is this government” and demanded his resignation.
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