The Government will make a “frontal opposition” to the millionaire bonds that the Court of Auditors requires from 40 positions, among them the leaders of the ‘procés’ and ex-presidents Carles Puigdemont and Artur Mas, in what the spokeswoman for the Catalan executive, Patrícia Plaja, has described it as a “repressive wave of the powers of the State against the pro-independence political option and the Government of the Generalitat”.

The court asks for 2.8 million euros from former president Artur Mas and his former councilor Andreu Mas Colell and another 1.9 million euros from Carles Puigdemont and Oriol Junqueras, respectively, 5.4 million euros in total, for the international promotion of independence between 2011 and 2017.

In the usual press appearance every Tuesday, Plaja has stated that This issue has been discussed at the meeting of the Executive Council on Tuesday and has confirmed that the legal services of the Generalitat “They are working” on how to respond to this high economic request by a “judicial body seeking revenge”, as the Catalan executive considers it, explained Plaja,

“It is a political and politicized body that, when it affects Catalonia and independence, always acts”, He has added, without going into detail if the Government will assume the cost of these fines or how they will face this amount. What he has affirmed is that “the Government will be at the side of all those harmed” although without detailing, by discretion, he has said, the steps that are being taken within the executive.

“We ask the Government not to look the other way with the Court of Accounts, we hope they take measures and not allow a democratic anomaly” (Patrícia Plaja, Government spokesperson)

Thus, the issue of the Court of Accounts “will be dealt with” in this afternoon’s meeting in Moncloa between the President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, and the President of the Generalitat, Pere Aragonès, with the aim of the Catalan president to “put end to economic repression “now a “liquidation of amounts for non-existent crimes and that in no case have harmed the Catalan administration”, the spokeswoman has assured.

“We ask the Government not to look the other way with the Court of Accounts, we hope they take action and not allow a democratic anomaly “, Plaja has indicated this Tuesday.

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