The former president of the Generalitat, Carles Puigdemont , does not close the door to a hypothetical return to Catalunya. After serving a year in Brussels, has assured that if the Parliament of Catalonia invistiera, he would return to “as president” of the Generalitat . In this sense, Puigdemont has pointed out that his return will depend on the “conditions” that occur at the time of the next election to the Parliament.
“it Is clear that if I came in Spain I could not even go to the endowment session, as happened to Jordi Turull when he tried to be a candidate. Could go to a session and the second session was already stopped,” he recalled.
In his march towards the foreigner, has said that “the exile was part of one of the options from quite a long time before. The idea was shared with all, while always respecting the decisions of each one,” he added. Also has assured that “yes” that warned that he was going abroad.Carles Puigdemont
“The autonomy and the monarchy of the 155 have forgotten the needs of the people”
In an interview with Ricard Ustrell to the TV3 programme Quatre Gats, the former president of the Generalitat has insisted that the independence has been the “first dam of fascism”.
Puigdemont has responded to those who accuse the pro-independence leaders of provoking the rise of the extreme right. The former president has been ensuring that the fault of the emergence of Vox in the andalusian Parliament is of those who have voted, “but especially of those that have paved the highway for which finally it seems to be a normal vote to a party of ultra-right as is Vox”.
Puigdemont has rated the King's speech on 3 October as “a guarantor in all rule to Vox, an endorsement to the path that the far right and nationalism Spanish is circulating runaway”. In the same line, has stated that “we have a judiciary intervened clearly by the ultra-right”.
“The autonomy and the monarchy of the 155 have forgotten the needs of the people”, argues the former president of the Generalitat and has added that “it would be naïve” to think that Spain meets the democratic standards of Europe, “because you don't”. In what refers to Europe, Carles Puigdemont declares that the rule of Law “itself that protects the fundamental rights” of the people, and that is why he is now a “free man in all countries except in Spain.”