Joaquín Luna – 04/09/2020
There are many ways to commit suicide. With honor, like the Japanese. Leaving a written poem. With the wickedness of the ex-husband who murders the children. The way chosen by the pro-independence movement of Puigdemont –majority at the polls– resembles that of the Germanwings pilot: my delusions are – like it or not – those of the passage. And here the passage are we, the citizens of Catalonia.
The remodeling of a Government that was born burdened is nonsense (Nobody distributes the positions and then look for a president that no elector knew?). If, before the pandemic, Torra himself considered his Government exhausted, prolonging the agony is immoral.
Puigdemont already looks like the Germanwings pilot who forced the passage to share his delusions
With good judgment, Galicia and the Basque Country held elections in July. This is not about democracy and other boastful slogans: this is about eating. Now one does yearn for a government of the best and that does not exclude pro-independentists as long as they are faithful to what we Catalans have lost in this land and which used to make us better: the reason.
Remodeling the Executive instead of calling elections that give way to a cohesive and effective government is making fun of those called to suffer the crisis. Obviously, I am not pro-independentist because from the first minute, the dinner in the gardens of the Ritz hotel in Madrid and the elections in the second half of 2012, for me it was already very clear that what begins badly ends badly. Let me hang the medal on me, before the opinion makers who encouraged this collective debacle do.
You just have to see the fulminant replacement of the Regional Minister Àngels Chacón –I don’t know or care if it is revenge for staying in the PDECat–, one of the few praised by not pro-independentist business sectors. It is now a good time to patch up the regional ministry that sets the Catalan business course?
Those who speak of “confrontation” so easily, aren’t they well off? Are they not by chance officials, elected officials in a Catalonia where revolving doors operate everywhere or companies that work for Catalan government? A government that has done so much damage to coexistence and that leaves us as a legacy the toxic stereotype that there are good and bad Catalans.
Here an inoperative government is being remodeled in the midst of a critical juncture and there will still be those who speak of … Rodolfo Martín Villa! Well, nothing, let’s wait seated for the next witticism of the great Juan Domingo (Perón) Puigdemont.