Technical Tie Between Psc And Erc, But Independence Ensures The Majority

2021-02-14   |   by CusiGO

According to the results of the vote, PSC illa of El Salvador will win the election with more than 76% of the votes, but it is technically equal to ERC’s 33 representatives, with only one seat surpassing junts. Only in these three positions can action be taken. An independent majority in Parliament seems to be guaranteed, because ERC, junts and cup together constitute the absolute majority required for authorization: 74 seats and more than 47% of the votes. The PSC won 23.6% of the vote.

Pere aragonez’s Republican overtook jutz with 21.3% of the vote and 33 seats (the same as the 2017 Nomination) in both votes and one seat. Laura Boras’s Republican will win two fewer seats than jutz of Catalonia. According to preliminary partial results, vox will make its debut at the Catalan chamber of Commerce as a fourth force and 11 members. The cup will take nine seats.

Citizens will be deprived of the right to vote, and from the 36 members who voted the most in 2017 to a force with only six seats. There are only three PP left, one less. In combe, podham will repeat the results, while pdecat will be excluded from Parliament.

As a result, the ERC may return to power, although the PSC may also try to add Catalonia to the Kom, and the ERC will eventually become a left-wing majority. If the League eventually wins, it will now be led by esquerra, the Republican, rather than junts, who won the independence group in 2017.

ERC’s advantages provide a starting point for it to lead the government from its most pragmatic and independent position, because it advocates the need to expand the base of separatism in order to force a referendum to reach an agreement with the central government. If separatism gets more than 50% of the vote in the election, the current president, Laura Borr á s, has put forward a stronger position. Most left wingers seem more complicated because, despite the possibility of increasing their majority, ERC abandoned any agreements with the socialists during the election campaign and signed a document with other separatist parties rejecting agreements with the socialists.

The high abstention rate marks today’s election. Compared with 2017, the 18 hour turnout fell by 22.5 percentage points, despite the record political turmoil Catalonia experienced at that time as a result of the failure of the declaration of independence. In addition, the epidemic has triggered postal voting, which may slightly correct the rising turnout figures. Today, 5.36 million Catalonians and 255 000 people living abroad are asked to vote.

Today’s election is the fourth since Artur MAS began the failed process of independence in 2010. It was held eight months before the end of Parliament’s term after the current government’s partners jutz and Esquire were unable to reach an agreement on the replacement of President quim tora, On September 28 last year, he was disqualified by the Supreme Court for disobedience. The election was automatically convened by parliament, and the government, together with other political parties, tried to postpone the election until May on the grounds that the epidemic of coronavirus did not encourage 5.3 million potential voters and 100000 people to participate in the election logistics. The Catalan high court rejected the delay and the government’s order.

Finally, the government complied with the court’s ruling and accelerated the preparations for the elections, which were characterized by security measures caused by the epidemic, resulting in an overspend of 8 million euros. The number of polling stations has increased, protection equipment has to be purchased to protect polling station members, and cleaning services have been strengthened. The number of postal votes increased by 284706, 350% over 2017. This is less than 5% of the census, which will be included in tonight’s count.

The demobilization marks a very focused campaign to manage the epidemic, and whether it is necessary to continue to promote Catalonia’s independence. The biggest news of the appointment was the PSC candidate, Salvador illa, who left the Ministry of health before the election and tried to use him Improve the public image of socialists. On the independents side, all the candidates are new, and Laura Juras, an effective candidate for the Party of former president Carles puigdemont, symbolically led the nomination. Their choice is to maintain the idea of Catalonia’s unilateral independence, even though they do not now expect to achieve it in the short term. Esquilla nominated Pere Aragones, who was more pragmatic, after party leader Ollie jonquilas was disqualified and sentenced to 13 years in prison for participating in the independence process.

Despite the internal failure of the junts and ERC coalition government, both forces expressed their willingness to maintain the situation and showed the image of rejecting any alliance with the PSC, Signed a document with other independent forces to oppose the agreement with Salvadoran Iraqis. This agreement makes the choice of the second door very fragile. It’s a progressive agreement that combines PSC, Catalonia of COM ú and esquerra Republic. It is not clear whether the cup is ultimately willing to promote a new independent government within the government. His appointment as an executive is a big deal.