Victor Mondelo Barcelona


Updated Thursday, February 29, 2024-14:27

The leader of Junts,

Carles Puigdemont

, has reacted to the opening of the judicial case in the Supreme Court for terrorism for his connection with Tsunami Democràtic by ridiculing the judicial decision.

"I think I just need to get a secret account in Panama," the former president of the Generalitat, who fled Spanish justice, scoffed, and then added: "Don't let reality spoil a good accusation."

Puigdemont has carried out these demonstrations while negotiating with the PSOE the modification of the Amnesty Law precisely to protect him from a possible conviction for terrorism as he is considered the leader of the rioters who caused chaos in Catalonia to protest against the Supreme Court's ruling against the leaders of the


in the fall of 2019.

Just yesterday, Puigdemont hoped from the European Parliament that "in the end there would be an agreement" with the Socialists and stated that his party "is focused" on the approval of the Amnesty Law, which must be processed, at the latest, next Thursday, December 7. March, the date on which the last extension granted by Congress for the Government and the separatist formation led by the fugitive to reach an agreement expires.