10 August 2020

The Secretary-General of Parliament publishes the resolutions of the plenary session excluding the parts banned by the Constitutional Court


The Secretary-General of Parliament, Xavier Muro, instructs that the resolutions passed by the plenary session on the monarchy be published without the parts that he considers to contravene the prohibitions imposed by the Constitutional Courton reproving the monarchy. Thus, the resolutions approved by the plenary on 7 August following the withdrawal of King Juan Carlos I to the United Arab Emirates have been published in the Parliamentary Bulletin devoid of certain sections such as the reproval of King Felipe VI or the statement that the Bourbon monarchy ‘has been and is a main pillar of the persecution of the rights of the Catalan people.’

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