Que es la ley de transitoriedad

coscubiela gets a standing ovation from cs, psc and pp deputies at the vote of confidence.

The change in the roadmap formalized by Junts pel Sí and the CUP in the vote of the question of confidence begins to put black on white. The report on the «architecture» of the «referendum or referendum» that President Carles Puigdemont has commissioned to the director of the Institut per la Millora de l’Autogovern, Carles Viver Pi i Sunyer, contemplates several ways to carry it out, but only so far there is one that generates consensus.

That is, the first article of the Law of Legal Transitoriness implies the Declaration of independence unilaterally but «conditioned» to the result of the referendum to be held after approving the laws of disconnection – finance, social security in addition to that of legal transitoriness.

The formula of Carles Puigdemont, advised by the team of Carles Viver Pi i Sunyer, is based on the manifest impossibility of holding a «prior» referendum agreed with the State, despite the fact that the pro-independence front keeps the door open to this possibility for political reasons, on the one hand, to attract CSQP and, on the other, to demonstrate to the international community that dialogue is wanted.

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Jordi Orobitg:Long live free Catalonia!One of the rapporteurs rapporteurs of the JxSí Law, Jordi Orobitg, has been in charge of defending it in plenary. Orobitg has begun his intervention showing the gratitude of his group to the president Carme Forcadell for the «management of the plenary». He has even denounced the «contempt she has received for her condition as a woman» throughout the session.

Before entering into the content of the Law, the deputy juntero has taken the opportunity to reply to the speech of Joan Coscubiela that hours before had pronounced that has been applauded by the deputies PSC, PP and C’s standing. «Life is hard, even for those who aspired to be applauded by the politburo and end up being applauded by the most stale right wing in Europe,» he criticized.

Iceta: It liquidates the Constitution and the StatuteThe leader of the PSC, Miquel Iceta, has described the law as an instrument to «liquidate the Constitution and the Statute». For the socialist, the law «buries Montesquieu» and is «a legal botch job». «You yourselves know that it has little rigor and that it will go in the drawer of suspended laws», he criticized.

the generalitat’s ‘rupture law’ proposes independence

The pro-independence parliamentary majority of Junts pel Sí and the CUP has approved at 48 minutes past midnight the law of legal transitoriness, which supposes a deferred declaration of independence since it regulates the rules of the Catalan State in case of victory of yes in the 1-O referendum. The opposition -as it did with the referendum law- has absented itself from the vote, after the debate, as it happened this Wednesday with the referendum law, except for the group of Catalunya Sí que es Pot. The result of the vote was 71 votes in favor, 10 against (those of Catalunya Sí que es Pot) and no abstentions.

The debate of the law has been preceded, as with the referendum law, by more than ten hours of parliamentary brawl between the pro-independence supporters and the rest of the groups, who have denounced that the rights of the minorities were being trampled again when the law was passed without the usual guarantees of the legislative process. Junts pel Sí and the CUP have accused the opposition again of parliamentary filibustering by interrupting the plenary on several occasions to ask for reconsiderations of decisions of the pro-independence majority.

Que es la ley de transitoriedad del momento

As a guarantee of compliance with the rules that require certain individuals and groups of individuals to establish their relations with the Administration through electronic means, art. 68.4 LPACA provides that:

«If there is an obligation to communicate through electronic means and such means are not used, the competent administrative body shall require the corresponding correction, warning that, if the requirement is not heeded, the presentation shall be invalid or ineffective».

Recently, the STSJ Castilla León of July 10, 2020 (Rec. 765/2018) has had the opportunity to pronounce, consolidating the position of said Chamber with regard to the transitional regime until the full entry into force of the LPACA, establishing that:

So that said judgment is of utmost interest in relation to different aspects of mandatory electronic relations, given that on the one hand it clarifies that until the full entry into force of the LPACA certain precepts of the preceding regulatory framework subsist, which means on the one hand the «deactivation» of art. 68.4 LPACA, and on the other hand the survival of 32. 3 of RD 1671/2009, which is certainly more favorable in its interpretation (at least in the opinion of this Chamber) with regard to the determination of the date of filing of a request improperly filed by a subject obliged to be related electronically (on paper), and subsequently corrected in due time (by means of electronic filing).