JxCat will not modify its proposal of names for the Catalan delegation of the dialogue table with the Government and thus will not attend it, at the same time that it has held the central Executive responsible for the “veto” of their names.
The general secretary of JxCat, Jordi Sànchez, announced it at a press conference on Tuesday, who pointed out that it would be “bad practice to accept the demands that the Government raises from the outset.” The party leader has ensured that his party will not come to the table because they have not been allowed to enter.
The veto represents an unwillingness to negotiate, according to Sánchez. The Catalan leader has opined that if the national Executive is “incapable” of accepting certain interlocutors due to their democratic convictions, they cannot expect the solution to the conflict to be seriously addressed.
The President of the Generalitat, Pere Aragonès, has in any case been the one who has announced the exclusion for now from the Government-Generalitat dialogue table of the names proposed by JxCat for not being part of the Government, among which are Jordi Sànchez and Jordi Turull, two of the “procés” prisoners pardoned in June, as well as the spokesperson for Junts in Congress, Míriam Nogueras.