Poblet’s group, one of the key components of the future project of political Catalanism, has launched the initiative of a transversal pact between political parties, unions, employers and social entities, for the economic and social relaunching of Catalonia.
Its main characteristics can be specified in these terms:
Adherence process to the initiative, open to all and as an initial and preliminary step.
The intention that the objective not be reduced to this role, but that it materializes in a wide subsequent meeting aimed at rebuilding the country and avoiding partisanship.
The petition to the different administrations to work in favor of the new scenario of reconstruction, without leaving anyone aside due to lack of resources.
The parking of political differences and the focusing of efforts in a phase based on shared leadership.
The need to rebuild together and for the good of all, relations in order to relaunch industrial and economic activity, and promote well-being, security and freedom.
Poblet’s group suggests in its manifesto and call a number of issues, but considers that now and for its part it is not time to go into detail, so that everyone sits down to negotiate. Although in the coming days it will prepare and present a broader document that develops the main specific points of his proposal, in order to have an initial basis on which to dialogue.
This initiative by one of the components of new-found Catalanism is in line with what the Independents Meeting, located on the fringes of partisan dynamics, also promotes. Focus on the realities and specific needs of Catalonia, and give them the necessary response given the magnitude of the challenges. This approach, which was already prior to the pandemic, has now become a vital necessity, because although it is true that this is not exactly a war, the loss in human lives and economic well-being, it will resemble it in its results. But our physical infrastructures will remain untouched.
Weeks ago and without publicly manifesting it, the Independents Meeting, addressed the different Catalan groups with the desire to present an electoral option, inviting them to develop a dialogue initiative from now on to promote the responses that the new era will need. The Poblet Group initiative expands and magnifies the vision. Its realization would mean leaving the great political disunities in the background, which would mean that the pro-independence movement would put the spirit and practice of reconstruction before its continued struggle with the Spanish government and the non-independence parties. Also, according to the text, it represents the disappearance of exclusion criteria between them. It is a necessary task, it must be said, and in a time of great need.
This link includes the supporters of the initiative