Brussels guarantees ‘independent’ analysis of amnesty during tense European Parliament plenary session

The pulse at Government of Pedro Sánchez and the amnesty law agreed by the PSOE with ERC and Junts focused this Wednesday a fierce debate in the European Parliament, which oscillated between accusations of “betrayal” on the part of the conservative part of the Spanish Executive and criticism from the left of the PP for not having accepted the electoral result of last July 23, and in which the justice commissioner, Didier Reyndersrecalled that the European Commission will analyze the development of the future standard in a “careful, independent and objective” manner, “in contact with the Spanish authorities”, and that the exercise will end “once there is a text final approved by Parliament. . » .

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