The central government warned Friday that it has no other plan that does not happen because Miquel Iceta is the candidate to preside over the Senate. After warnings from the previous day of the President of the Government and the first secretary of the PSC, the spokesperson, Isabel Celaá, charged against the separatists, who threatened to veto the designation of the leader of the PSC as an autonomous senator, which would prevent him from opting for the presidency of the Upper House. "This blockade that arises in the Parlament is very strange, very rare," he said.
And he reminded the sovereigners "the customs and customs that political forces have been maintaining since time immemorial", in the sense that "the parliamentary political force is the one that chooses which are its representatives and the others accept it". The spokesperson of the central executive also appealed to the separatist formations, after Sánchez affirmed that a veto would be a bad start for the legislature and Iceta made it clear that there will be no "marketing". "We suppose, we hope, we aspire, we trust that this blockade will be overcome," he said.
The independentistas, in any case, continue without giving themselves by alluded and ask gestures to the PSOE, a "final turn" in its way of approaching the Catalan question, according to JxCat. The postconvergents have until May 16 to defoliate the margarita but already warn that the fact that Iceta is Catalan is not a sufficient reason to vote in his favor so that he can be appointed senator by the Catalan Chamber.
Carles Puigdemont also issued a warning, which sounded like a threat of revenge, as he reminded Iceta that he voted in favor of his suspension as an autonomous deputy in October of last year. "I'm not in a position to give him support," said Puigdemont from Slovenia. ERC, meanwhile, said that Iceta should "collaborate" in the release of imprisoned independence leaders, "with a visit or without a visit" to prison.