Tuesday, November 28

The PP links the renewal of the CGPJ to the modification of the law that regulates it

The spokesperson for the Popular Group in the Congress of Deputies, Cuca Gamarra.

The spokesperson for the Popular Group in the Congress of Deputies, Cuca Gamarra.

The spokesperson for the Popular Group in the Congress of Deputies, Cuca Gamarra, has ensured that his party has “the hand extended” to the PSOE to renew the General Council of the Judiciary (CGPJ), although for this you have to modify the law that regulates it, he explained.

Gamarra, during a press conference this Sunday in Logroño, alluded to the pact reached days ago between his party and the PSOE for the renewal of the Constitutional Court, the Court of Accounts, the Ombudsman and the Data Protection Agency. “That is already a materialized agreement and it is underway and now we have our hand out to renew the CGPJ if the PSOE wants “, but, for this,” it is necessary to modify the organic law that regulates it, “which” is something that the European institutions and the Constitutional Court say, “he indicated.

The PP, he stressed, is “a state party that knows face your responsibilities“And for that reason” what is not possible to reach an agreement, for now, has been left aside and what is possible has been reformed. ”

In this sense, he has detailed that “this agreement is possible because the Constitution establishes a renewal system” for those organizations “and there is no problem in the guarantees of independence.” “Pablo Casado’s approach has allowed four bodies to be renewed quickly,” he assured, although the PP hopes that “the CGPJ is also possible, it is in a different stage” because it depends on an organic law.

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Gamarra has also referred to the meeting of eight presidents of communities raised by the Xunta de Galicia, Alberto Núñez Feijóo, to address the new system regional financing, from which some of the PSOE have been unmarked, such as Concha Andreu from La Rioja. “It seeks to talk about a problem that belongs to everyone, so I do not understand that some renounce to share approaches in which they can agree, beyond parties”, although “I believe that absences have to do with obeying Pedro Sánchez “, has underlined.

For her, it is “urgent” to tackle a new regional financing “in terms of equality, with a system that guarantees funds with the peculiarities of each one”, but “so that we can access the same services no matter where we live.” For this reason, he said, the convocation of the Galician president “it is a success“and” if there is someone who needs more time to go, it will surely be resolved “, but what is not appropriate is to resign and put the interests of the PSOE ahead of those of the autonomous community.

Finally, the PP spokesperson has alluded to the announcement made this weekend during the PSOE Congress in Valencia that it will seek to abolish prostitution in Spain and has considered “curious” that it has been made in the Valencian Community, “where its Government autonomic is not capable of promoting an investigation commission on an abuse of a minor “, something that” is hypocritical. With this he has referred to the fact that the Valencian Courts have refused to create an investigation commission on the sentence of abuse of a minor to the ex-husband of the Valencian vice president Mónica Oltra.

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