Hablamos Español wins the support of the PP, Ciudadanos and Vox in the face of Puig's "boycott" of his linguistic freedom law

The association We speak Spanish has protested this Tuesday before the Valencian Courts for the "boycott of the parties that govern" in the Generalitat to its Popular Legislative Initiative (ILP) for the freedom of choice of language, which has four times more signatures than the required, but it is not debated in the regional Parliament.

Hablamos Español wins the support of the PP, Ciudadanos and Vox in the face of Puig's "boycott" of his linguistic freedom law

The association We speak Spanish has protested this Tuesday before the Valencian Courts for the "boycott of the parties that govern" in the Generalitat to its Popular Legislative Initiative (ILP) for the freedom of choice of language, which has four times more signatures than the required, but it is not debated in the regional Parliament.

As the concentration is prohibited, only 19 people have participated in this action, the maximum that the law allows without permission from the Government Subdelegation.

"With posters displaying slogans and with a public address system repeating the association's strong messages, in defense of the Freedom of Choice of Language, information has been distributed to passers-by and people who wanted to enter the Courts," they have reported from the entity, which promotes this new norm against the impositions of Valencian as the vehicular language in the classrooms and among civil servants.

A person characterized as a collector of defaulters participated in the concentration, who showed a poster with the following message: "We come to collect the debate that is owed to Hablamos Español."

Parliamentarians from the Popular Party, Vox and Ciudadanos have left the building to show their support. In the case of José María Llanos and Llanos Massó, they have also announced a Law Proposal so that, by way of urgency, the regulation is modified and Hablamos Español is allowed to defend its ILP before the plenary session, as established by law. of the Popular Legislative Initiatives. "The government parties refuse to adapt the regulations to the law, because in no way do they want to argue in favor of the Freedom of Choice of Language in Parliament," they stressed.

"We have experienced, again, a surreal situation with the Government Subdelegation," they have reported from the association. "When yesterday they prohibited us from holding our concentration, we had to reorganize ourselves and limit ourselves to notifying only 19 people, but seeing the repercussion, apparently, he wanted to rectify," they add.

According to Hablamos Español, from this organization they tried to communicate by phone that they were given permission, but by not locating its president, Gloria Lago, they gave the message to a woman from Lugo who is not part of this organization.

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