The Council for Statutory Guarantees (CGE) approved the Catalan law agreed by the PSC, ERC, Junts and comuns in Parliament and concluded that this rule does not violate either the Constitution or the Statute by recognizing Spanish as the language for use in schools. without explaining that it is a vehicle, and without setting the percentage of Catalan and Spanish in the school.
Vox, Ciudadanos, and PP have filed a CGE request for a statutory ruling in an attempt to delay its approval until a ruling is issued. Once approved, the law will be put to a vote on Wednesday at a plenary session. In the opinion of the AEG, the proposed law does not violate Articles 3 and 27 of the Constitution or Articles 6 and 35 of the Statute, as suggested by the right and far right parties.
The approval of the CGE rules came after the Supreme Court of Catalonia (TSJC) censored it and found it inconsistent with the verdict by which it ordered the government to introduce 25% Spanish in all Catalan schools. . The TSJC commended the plan to change the Language Policy Law agreed by the PSC, ERC, Junts and comuns, which the government offered to consider the verdict fulfilled as it did not include a percentage.
The government later reversed its position and told the TSJC explicitly last Tuesday that it could no longer carry out the sentence in any way, a claim still awaiting a response from the Justices of the Peace. At the same time, the first complaints and complaints against those responsible for education in the Generalitat had already begun to be registered.
The new rules set out the objectives and conditions under which all public and agreed Catalan schools must prepare their linguistic projects and in which they explicitly reject the use of a fixed percentage of Spanish. Among the criteria that the new government decree establishes are the need for students to have full proficiency in both Catalan and Spanish, as well as the consideration of Catalan as a native and common language, or the need to conduct a sociolinguistic analysis of the environment of each school to refine the definition of the linguistic project of the center .
But, in addition, in the fourth section of the document it is indicated “non-use of numerical parameters, proportions or percentages in the teaching and use of languages”, which is contrary to the ruling of the SCCC and the various requirements of the court to introduce a minimum of Castilian.
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