After the investigation by La Vanguardia that has uncovered that the CNI investigated the formation of a government in Barcelona after the victory of the ERC in the last municipal elections, the leader of the Republicans in the Catalan capital, Ernest Maragall, has pointed out to the mayor, Ada colau; and the first deputy mayor, Jaume Collboni. "To maintain power, anything goes, even the help of the CNI," said Maragall.
In an interview on Catalunya Ràdio, Maragall assured that the information published "demonstrates that these were not negotiations because everything was predetermined, prepared, everything was directed so that those conversations could not twist what had already been decided with the knowledge of Mrs. Colau ".
BComú has not been slow to respond to Maragall's accusations. The deputy mayor of the Barcelona City Council and member of the commons, Jordi Martí, has asked the Republican leader on social networks to rectify his statements.
"If I were Collboni or Colau, I would think twice before continuing with this calm in their positions knowing that they are also the object of explicit democratic manipulation", Ernest Maragall continued in one of his interviews.
The veteran politician has also passed through the microphones of Rac1 this Sunday. "In addition to the Catalan Gate, we now have the Barcelona Gate", he has valued in the Via Lliure program. For him, the last municipal elections in the Catalan capital are "intervened elections".
"It is a state operation, which adds its own instruments to prevent the ERC from governing a city like Barcelona", stressed Maragall, who has also had words for former councilor Manuel Valls: "They commissioned him, he lasted a few months and left."