Barcelona, September 22 (EFE).- The Secretary General for Education of the Generalitat, Patrícia Gomà, has assured that she will appeal the two orders issued by the Superior Court of Justice of Catalonia (TJSC) which oblige two schools where the measure is already cautiously applied to maintain 25% Castilian.
Gomà insisted this Thursday in statements to the press that there is a new “regulatory framework” that makes the two court orders “inapplicable”, and that the TSJC has expressed itself in this sense “in different resolutions”. of last July, and accused the court of “legal obstruction” and “misrepresentation”.
“We and the whole country are defending this regulation, this new regulatory framework”, Gomà stressed, adding that what the court is saying is that the centers where the 25% were previously applied “must prove” that “there is had this review of language projects, as determined by the new regulations”.
The General Secretary for Education pointed out that, until now, the TSJC had refused to accept further precautionary measures in the judgments of July, and that now what it has done has been to rule on situations prior to the new legal framework approved by the Generalitat for a 25% draw.
Gomà also said that they are “in contact with the educational centers” that are currently applying the 25% and that they will call them next week, although they have scheduled a meeting tomorrow, to be able to “explain the legal arguments against the resolution .”
Regarding language learning, the Secretary General for Education indicated that it had to be decided “with an educational criterion” and that they opposed “the extreme and infinite judicialization” to which the court leads.
The TSJC has thus spoken out for the first time on schools subject to precautionary measures, after acknowledging last June that the penalty which imposes 25% of lessons in Spanish cannot be applied after the 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 had requested the revocation of these measures in schools where 25% Spanish was applied by judicial decision, but the contentious-administrative chamber of the TSJC considers that the new legislation “does not necessarily affect the adopted precautionary decision”.
The TJSC orders “explicitly warn the Administration that any changes it intends to make to said measures must be approved by this jurisdiction.”