Independence Belittles Unilateralism But Insists On Disobedience
2021-02-04 | by CusiGO
The music played by the Catalan Independence Party sounds different, but the instruments are the same. Although the anti capitalists of the Republic of Esquire (ERC) and cup have focused on holding a referendum on self-determination, junts per Catalunya (junts) of Catalonia has raised the tone and set the goal of achieving the separation of Spain by unilateral means. Nevertheless, the Party of candidate Laura Boras has created difficult conditions to implement her plan. These three components do agree in their electoral programmes that defending institutions and civil disobedience is a tool for putting pressure on the state.
Junts, the Party of former presidents Carles puygedmont and quem Tora, aims to achieve more than 50% independence in the autonomous election on February 14. If that happens, junts promises to “activate” the 2017 unilateral declaration of independence. According to this Nationalist Party, this means that the recognition of the so-called Council of the Republic as a “state authority” in the autonomous parliament must lead to the establishment of a new republic in Catalonia. The Council of the Republic is an institution based in Belgium, where puygde Monte lives to avoid trial for the unilateral independence of 2017. The goal of the independent party and its civil society organizations is to make the commission a parallel body outside the Spanish legal framework. Junts promised unilaterally, but announced at the same time that it would ask “European institutions to intervene in order to reach a binding agreed referendum.”.
Junts’ electoral plan states that a unilateral path may require “institutional resistance and disobedience to offset any underestimation or intervention in the state.”. “Finally, when the citizens, institutions and Parliament of the Republic are ready,” the text says, “the declaration of independence will be launched to mobilize the country to defend it peacefully and democratically.”.
Catalan nationalist leaders have recently led a lot of lawlessness: the 2014 independent consultation, The illegal referendum in 2017 and the subsequent bickering after the declaration of independence or the Supreme Court’s judgment on the trial leader in 2019: the occupation of El Platte airport in 2019, the blockade of highways and railway stations, And the destruction of major cities in Catalonia.
Cup stressed the need for a referendum on self-determination, but also opposed disobedience to the country and the EU. Anti capitalists have been key to opposition support in Catalonia’s recent government, stressing that these plans must be launched after overcoming the health crisis caused by the coronavirus. “Independency must lead the social consensus in terms of social, civil and political rights, which have no way out in the legal framework of Spain and the European Union,” the cup plan points out. “It should be done not only from the perspective of condemnation, but also from the perspective of civil disobedience, Institutions and civil society organizations “.
Among the three nationalist parties, ERC expressed the most moderate position. For the organization led by oriol junkeras, if the central legislative and executive authorities do not agree to negotiate a referendum, they need to disobey the order: “we have a dictatorship in front of us that will not form alliances with the most advanced democracies and will not make us easy. In this regard, the commitment to democracy, dialogue and political recognition of conflict is our best weapon. If supported by the Democratic majority, we will not give up civil disobedience and unilateralism. ” To this end, the Republicans put forward many conditions: “this situation will require the support of a very large majority, and its effectiveness and operability will always depend on the accumulation of voters and institutional, social, economic and media support.” Polls show that pdecat, the only parliamentary representative who does not consider unilateralism, has little chance of getting any members.
The political forces against independence are divided into those who advocate the federal reform and development of Catalonia’s own capabilities – the Catalan Socialist Party (PSC) and the combodem Party – and those who advocate the current self-government system unchanged – the citizens and the people’s party. At com ú podem, Mados’ sister organization in Catalonia is a further one: it defends the right to self-determination and reforms the constitution through a specific proviso to protect Catalonia’s power and its recognition as a state. own. Instead of studying Catalonia’s special treatment in depth, the socialists are devolving power according to the needs of all autonomous regions, such as raising the level of tax administration. The specific measures proposed by PSC are taken within the scope of Catalonia’s current regulations, but also include the relocation of the headquarters of national institutions to Barcelona without specifying these institutions, which goes beyond the repeated idea of establishing a Senate in Catalonia’s capital.
The PSC recalled that it supported constitutional reform, although, unlike the elections in 2017, it did not believe that “if the current political polarization is not overcome”, the process can start now. As part of the central administration, the Catalan Parliament and the PSC have built their plans to resolve the Catalan political conflict on the existing dialogue table between the government and political parties. They also agreed to expand the proportion of government administered taxes such as irpf or value-added tax, or the need for a language law that recognizes the country’s linguistic diversity.
The people’s party did not announce its election plan for the Spanish Catalonia lace. It expressed the hope to “normalize the existence of Catalonia’s national and national symbols”, and hoped that the government would strengthen the inspection of Catalonia’s education system. Relations between the Catalan government and the Autonomous Region The political party leading ines arrimadas acknowledged that Catalonia’s financing system must be reformed to make it “more equitable and ensure that all autonomous regions allocate resources equitably according to their actual needs”.