Mon. Sep 26th, 2022

Barcelona, ​​22 September (EFE).- The general secretary for education of the Generalitat, Patricia Goma, has assured that they will appeal against two orders issued by the Superior Court of Justice of Catalonia (TJSC) in which two schools are compulsory. The measure is already cautiously enforced to maintain 25% Castilian.

Goma insisted in a press statement this Thursday that there is a new “regulatory framework” that makes the two judicial orders “inapplicable” and that the TSJC has expressed itself to that effect in “various resolutions” since last July, calling the court “legal filibustering” and “argument ” complained.

“We and the whole country are defending this regulation, this new regulatory framework,” Goma noted, adding that what the court said was that centers that previously applied for the 25% “must prove” that “there has been this correction” stipulated by the new regulation. of Linguistic Projects.”

The General Secretary of Education noted that, so far, the TSJC had refused to adopt new precautionary measures in its July judgment and all it has done now is to rule on the situation before the new legal framework. 25% authorized by the Generalitat to raffle.

Goma also revealed that they are “in contact with the educational centers” that currently apply the 25% and that they will convene them next week, although they scheduled a meeting for tomorrow, “to be able to explain the legal arguments against the resolution”.

Regarding language teaching, the Education Secretary indicated that it must be decided “with an educational criterion” and that they are against the “extreme and infinite judicialization” that the courts are leading.

The TSJC has pronounced this way for the first time on schools subject to precautionary measures, after last June it recognized that a sentence imposing 25% of classes in Spanish could not be enforced after a new law approved by parliament, which is now in the hands of the Constitutional Court.

While waiting for the TC to rule on the constitutionality of the new law, the Generalitat requested the withdrawal of these measures in schools where 25% Spanish was implemented by judicial decision, but the controversial-administrative chamber of the TSJC considered that the new law “does not necessarily affect the precautionary decision taken “.

The TJSC’s orders “clearly warn the Administration that any change it seeks to make in the said arrangements must be approved by this Court.”

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