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Tribunal Constitucional anula ley por la que se convocó referéndum en Cataluña

El Tribunal Constitucional español anuló definitivamente el martes la ley catalana por la que el gobierno regional convocó el referéndum prohibido del 1 de octubre sobre la independencia, recordando que Cataluña no tiene el derecho a la autodeterminación.

La corte informó en un comunicado haber “declarado la inconstitucionalidad y nulidad de la totalidad de la Ley de Cataluña 19/2017, de 6 de septiembre, denominada ‘del referéndum de autodeterminación’, suspendida cautelarmente el pasado 7 de septiembre”.

“Para ninguno de los ‘pueblos de España’ […] existe un ‘derecho de autodeterminación’”, indicó el fallo unánime de los doce jueces del tribunal. El “‘derecho’ a promover y consumar su secesión unilateral del Estado […] no está reconocido en la Constitución”, agregó.

Desde 2014, la justicia española ha anulado sistemáticamente las decisiones y resoluciones del ejecutivo y del parlamento catalanes destinadas a la organización de un referéndum de autodeterminación.

La ley por la que se convocó el referéndum fue suspendida al día siguiente de ser votada por el parlamento regional catalán, en una caótica sesión que fue calificada por diputados unionistas como “golpe de Estado” de la mayoría independentista.

El referéndum tuvo lugar el 1 de octubre, pese a los esfuerzos del gobierno central y la justicia española por impedirlo, y estuvo marcado por cargas policiales.

La consulta, que no contó con las garantías electorales habituales, fue ganada por el sí con un 90% de los votos y un 43% de participación, según los independentistas.

El gobierno central insiste en que las autoridades catalanas están en la “ilegalidad” y amenazan con suspender, en parte o en su totalidad, la autonomía de Cataluña.

 

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