Updated on Saturday, 4 September 2021 – 16:09
The Generalitat announces that it will study legal measures against “greed” and “abuse” of energy companies due to the price of electricity
Meeting of the Government this Saturday, E Aragons airport demands that Aena rectify the expansion project of El Prat La Ricarda The environmental obstacle that stands in the way of the expansion of the airport
After the first 100 days of his presidency and on the last weekend before the Diada, Pere Aragons reunites his Executive this Saturday in an extraordinary “working day” to convey an image of unity away from the tensions and discrepancies that They appear periodically between the two Cabinet partners, Esquerra Republicana and Junts per Catalunya.
In a session that will last until late in the afternoon in La Vall d’en Bas (Gerona), the folders placed in preferential order on the table correspond to matters such as the imminent meeting of the dialogue table with the Government of Pedro Sánchez or the El Prat airport expansion.
After the controversy arising from the document presented yesterday by Aena, in which it is specified that the expansion “would affect areas of the Natura 2000 Network“, and to dispel any shadow of divergences within the Executive on this project, the spokesperson Patrcia plaja has ensured that the Government “will not endorse any proposal that destroys or affects The Ricarda“, a protected environmental space that borders the aerodrome. In this way, the centennial lagoon is marked as the” red line “of a reform that the Generalitat refers to” the terms and conditions agreed in the master plan “, which will have to approve this month the Council of Ministers.
Plaja, on the other hand, has communicated that next week the names of the group that will lead the National Agreement for Amnesty and Self-Determination and has confirmed that one of the members is the activist and former CUP deputy in the Parliament David fernndez. The Generalitat intends for this forum to bring together parties, entities and institutions in favor of these two demands that Aragons bring to the dialogue table as their main claims.
Another issue that has been on the table is the vertiginous climb of the light price. In this regard, the Government says that it will study the possibility of “taking legal measures against this abuse” and “looking for alternatives to a market that has been shown to be inefficient to guarantee an essential good such as energy.”
The Catalan Executive, on the other hand, has not wanted to assess the information published on alleged contacts between Carles Puigdemont and the Russian intelligence services due to “ignorance of those meetings.”
Other topics of lesser medical rank have occupied the agenda of the Government’s day of coexistence, in which the general secretaries of each councilor have also participated. These types of meetings will be repeated semiannually, as stated in the agreement signed between ERC and Junts that allowed, last May, the investiture of Aragons. The president intends to avoid the stagnant operation between Departments that occurred in the two previous legislatures, which caused some councilors to function as two parallel governments.
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