The president of the PP, Alberto Nunez Feijoohas confirmed that his party will present a appeal of unconstitutionality against the decree of the Government that refuses to apply the sentence of 25% of Spanish in schools to put an end to “language apartheid” that exists in Catalonia.

“Since the Government is not going to do it, the PP is obliged to present this appeal,” said Feijóo on Thursday, denouncing that there is no “linguistic balance” in the classrooms of Catalonia because there the only vehicular language is Catalan.

In an interview on Onda Cero Feijóo acknowledged that the Constitution does not establish in what percentage you have to study in Spanish in the schools of Catalonia and has denounced that the Government opposes this percentage being 25% as established by the Superior Court of Justice of Catalonia.

It was this Monday when the The Catalan government approved a decree law that explicitly establishes the “inapplicability” of percentages in the use of languages ​​in education in response to the ruling of the TSJC that requires teaching 25% of classes in Spanish.

The decree also attributes to the Ministry of Education the power to validate and assume “responsibility for the legality” of the linguistic projects of educational centers to protect schools and teachers.

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