All JxCat ministers made their position available to the party after Puigneró .’s resignation

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The party’s secretary, Jordi Turull, assures them that they feel “quite evicted” after the resignation. The JxCat Executive meets to decide what to do after the vice president’s impeachment.

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All Ministers of Together for Catalonia (JxCat) have their charge “available” of what the party decides, whose leadership is meeting this morning, after last night the president of the Generalitat, Pere Aragonès, fired the vice president of the government, Jordi Puigneró.

This was explained in statements to RAC1 by JxCat’s general secretary, Jordi Turull, who added that with Puigneró’s resignation in Junts she felt “quite expelled from government”.

The JxCat management will debate the possible scenarios from now on from 10:00 am go out en bloc of the government and pass it on to the opposition or suggest one new name to replace Puigneró in the position he left vacant, with the possibility of consulting with the armed forces to decide.

After Puigneró’s resignation, there are still six ministers chosen by JxCat: Jaume Giró (Economics and Finance), Victòria Alsina (Foreign Action and Open Government), Gemma Geis (Research and Universities), Josep Maria Argimon (Health), Violant Cervera (Social Rights) and Lourdes Ciuró (Justice).

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Source: EITB

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