The independentists applaud Bolaños' citation: "More is being done in two weeks than in two years"

The Pegasus case continues to give what to talk about in Congress and fills the questions of the press conferences before and after the Board of Spokespersons.

The independentists applaud Bolaños' citation: "More is being done in two weeks than in two years"

The Pegasus case continues to give what to talk about in Congress and fills the questions of the press conferences before and after the Board of Spokespersons. This time the novelty, the summons of Minister Félix Bolaños as a witness for the espionage to different members of the Government, has been applauded by the independence movement, which has made 'casus belli' of the intervention of the cell phones of separatist leaders with that 'malware' .

Of course, the praise of what they understand will bring more transparency also generates a certain resentment. "More is being done in a couple of weeks than in two years," said the ERC spokesman in Congress, Gabriel Rufián, on Tuesday, recalling that two years ago it transpired that the former president of the Catalan Parliament Roger Torrent had been spied on and the leader of his party in Barcelona, ​​Ernest Maragall.

"There are first and second victims," ​​Rufián has complained, as they have been doing since their formation since the Executive only moved chips after admitting that the terminals, among others, of Pedro Sánchez and Margarita Robles had also been intervened.

Before, the publication of the report by the Canadian Citizen Lab, which reflected the espionage with Pegasus, 'software' that is only sold to States, to dozens of separatists, had ignited sovereignty. The government ended up dismissing Paz Esteban as head of the National Intelligence Center (CNI) to try to placate his nationalist associates, but he spoke of "substitution" and barely admitted a "security flaw" in the Executive's communications. This, despite the fact that the security of the Moncloa cell phones depends on the Ministry of the Presidency and not on the intelligence services.

"We'll see how it ends (...). It is convenient to clarify what has happened, "said Rufián, after the National Court called Bolaños as a witness to testify on July 5. From EH Bildu, its spokesperson in Congress, Mertxe Aizpurua, has acknowledged that it seems "good" both for the summary secret on the Pegasus case to be lifted and for Bolaños to be summoned, although he has also asked that the related documents be declassified with the listening to sovereignists: «It seems good to us that a summary secret be lifted, but all the documents that have to do with the espionage of the independence leaders have to be declassified».

In the same sense, Ferran Bel, from the PDECat, has spoken, who has welcomed "any measure that serves to clarify what has happened." But like Rufián and Aizpurua, Bel has also demanded that the same scale be applied to the independentists "for reasons of health and democratic quality." A pending task, according to him, that has not been resolved by President Sánchez in his monographic appearance last May, nor by the Government or the courts.

Apart from separatism, there have also been reactions in the opposition. Edmundo Bal, national spokesman for Citizens (Cs), has remarked that now Bolaños, in his statement as a witness at the National Court, must finally recognize that the security of the Government's mobiles depended on him and not on the CNI.

The PSOE spokesman in Congress, Héctor Gómez, has expressed his party's "respect" for the investigation, when asked about the summons of his partner. “On the part of the Government and the party, they will always collaborate with the Justice”, he has expressed. So the socialist spokesman has supported any explanation that the Minister of the Presidency can give to "clarify the espionage to the members of the Government."

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