The Government has shown its intention to register this week in Congress a bill that includes the spirit of the two amendments that the Constitutional Court has suspended for its own renewal, according to parliamentary sources and Europa Press has reported.
These same sources have revealed that this bill will be carried out through urgent processing and for this they have already spoken with various groups that have censured the Constitutional decision so that they join the initiative.
Without economic consequences according to Calviño
Nadia Calviño, First Vice President and Minister of Economic Affairs and Digital Transformation, has declared that the resolution of the Constitutional Court, through which it is forced to paralyze the reform of its election system, will not have “any economic impact”.
It was at the end of the meeting of the Council of Ministers when Calviño explained that this event will not have “any significance” in the business climate or in international investment. “These are not decisions that have any impact from the point of view of the economy,” he added.
In his opinion, it is about the “normal functioning of the institutions of a country”, although “it is not the normal use of these institutions”, while adding that the President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, has made it clear that he is leaving to guarantee compliance with the Constitution and the separation of powers, “the basis of Western democracies”.