Cs advierte a Colau de la «ilegalidad» de las propuestas que se votarán en el pleno antimonárquico de Barcelona

El grupo municipal de Cs en el Ayuntamiento de Barcelona ha alertado al Gobierno de Ada Colau de la «ilegalidad» de las propuestas que se pretenden abordar en el pleno extraordinario sobre la monarquía, que se hará el 27 de agosto tras la petición conjunta de ERC y JpC para celebrar esta sesión y votar una declaración que pide, entre otros aspectos, la retirada de la Medalla de Oro y de los honores a Juan Carlos I, la exigencia de fiscalizar las cuentas de la Casa Real y, a la vez, aprovechar para pedir «reafirmar el derecho de autodeterminacón de Cataluña». La presidenta de Cs en el consistorio, Luz Guilarte, ha detallado este martes que su grupo ha solicitado a la Secretaría General que se reconsideren los acuerdos (especialmente el 2, 5 y 6) y que advierta al equipo de gobierno «dada su manifiesta inconstitucionalidad y extralimitación de las competencias municipales». Guilarte acusa al gobierno de Ada Colau de «participar, fomentar y tolerar el acoso y derribo orquestado por los separatistas para atacar a nuestro sistema democrático» y de su silencio ante la petición de Cs para que se rechazara la convocatoria de esta sesión plenaria. La edil también ha reprochado la actuación del PSC, ya que «los socialistas, con su inacción, están siendo cómplices de que se vaya a cometer un ataque a nuestro sistema democrático». La líder de la formación naranja cree que el pleno «será una cortina de humo para tapar la pésima gestión de la pandemia, las batallas internas del separatismo y las causas judiciales abiertas contra Podemos y de CDC y PDeCAT por el 3%«.
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