28 June 2010

Approval of the ruling on the appeal of the Statute of Catalonia submitted by the PP


Fourteen articles on language, the Catalan legal system, banking and savings banks, civil law, financing and local tax regulation are declared unconstitutional. In this ruling on the Statute, 23 articles and four provisions will also be subject to reinterpretation, which will amend aspects relating to historical rights and symbols, Catalan as a language of instruction, the right and the duty to know the Catalan language, competences in immigration and citizen consultations and bilaterality in negotiations with the State. They point out that the definition of Catalonia as a nation has no legal validity, even though it explicitly states ‘the indissoluble unity of Spain.’

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