The Junta de Castilla y León and the Government remain locked on account of Vox’s anti-abortion plan in that autonomous community. The spokesman for the Junta de Castilla y León, Carlos Fernández Carriedo, reported at the press conference after the Governing Council that the regional Executive, chaired by Alfonso Fernandez Manueco, has agreed to “disallow” the requirement of the Council of Ministers on the protocol for pregnant women and has insisted that no agreement has been reached in this sense that violates current legislation.
The Government’s response has been forceful: it responded this Thursday to the Junta de Castilla y León that a requirement is not inadmissible, it is answered.
Specifically, with the favorable report from the legal services, the Junta de Castilla y León has issued a response letter to the central government in which it insisted on “the non-existence of the object on which the requirement is concerned”. It also points out that the central government “intends to rely on political statements that are completely unrelated to the approval of regulations”, in relation to the explanations of the vice president, Juan Garcia-Gallardoabout this protocol that he called “pro-life”.
Government sources point out that the Junta de Castilla y León hides behind the fact that there is no approved regulation but the Organic Law of the Constitutional Court (LOTC) provides the legal action known as the factual routewhich enables require the termination of a regulatory announcement if it violates the law or powers.