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Citizens demand that the Government of Spain defend Spanish as the vehicular language of education


The parliamentary group registers in the Regional Assembly a Proposal not of Law for the defense of Castilian and a motion to promote a Regional Pact for educationThe parliamentary group Ciudadanos has registered in the Regional Assembly a Non-Law Proposal in which it demands the Government of Spain to withdraw the transactional amendment that PSOE and Podemos have signed with separatist parties to eliminate Spanish as a vehicular language in education, since "It is a violation of the Constitution and the rights of Spanish citizens", as explained by the orange parliamentary spokesman, Juan José Molina.The presentation of the Education Commission of the Congress of Deputies voted in favor of the elimination of the reference to Spanish as a vehicular language in the field of education throughout the State during the debate of the amendments to the Educational Reform Bill of the LOMLOE.

This suppression was carried out by a transactional amendment presented by PSOE, Unidas Podemos and ERC, which had 20 votes in favor, 16 against and 1 abstention.

Ciudadanos has already expressed in Congress its rejection of the Celaá Law and its intention to appeal it to the Constitutional Court.

Said law has not been agreed with the Educational Community, it represents continuing with the removal and putting in education of the bipartisanship in the last 40 years.Molina has denounced that "the separatist and nationalist parties have not ceased in their efforts to attack Spanish and always use languages ??as an asset for political negotiation, which has historically resulted in transfers by the bipartisanism in linguistic matters to the separatists" .

Likewise, the liberal spokesman considers that "the approach to this reform represents an attack against constitutional principles such as freedom and equality."In addition to instability in the educational system and the elimination of Spanish as a vehicular language, the law has many other problems in the opinion of Citizens in the Region of Murcia, since it does not address the problems of early school leaving or school failure, it emphasizes religion or ethical values ??that do not solve problems and look more to the past than to the present.

"This is a law that also collides with the freedom of education, enshrined in the Constitution, with an attack on the concerted," adds Juan José Molina.Liberal training also demands a National Pact for education that has the consensus of political forces, the educational community and social groups.

"Our goal is for education to be an effective tool for equal opportunities and to guarantee educational equity," adds Molina.

From Ciudadanos we are committed to taking another step and being brave and obtaining a long-awaited regional consensus and therefore a motion has been registered to promote a Regional Pact for Education through the Education and Culture Commission of the autonomous parliament.

Ana Martínez Vidal, regional coordinator of the training, has indicated that “Citizens will seek the resolution of the problems that this imposed law brings with it by exploiting the educational competences that we have and through consensus,for which we will gather the opinion of the entire Educational Community and promote a Regional Pact for Education from the Regional Assembly.


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