Foro Baleares denounces the Celaá Law before the European Union

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The entity Balearic Forum of Solidarity and Progress, chaired by Jesús Revuelta, will denounce the so-called Celaá Law before the European institutions for “the numerous injustices and immoralities in the content of said law”.

The aforementioned constitutional association will send a letter to the European Parliament, the European Commission, the European Council and each member country of the European Union (EU) in its own language, explaining that “this is already the eighth educational law which is approved during democracy, with a lack of consensus among the main Spanish political parties that obviously requires any law of this magnitude.

For the aforementioned entity, the Celaá Law supposes «a direct attack on the Spanish language, special education and the charter school. In this sense, Foro Baleares qualifies this law as “intolerable” and also as “nonsense”. In the new rule there would also be “a clear violation of articles 27 and 3.1 of our Constitution.” It should be remembered that article 3.1 of the Magna Carta states that “Castilian is the official Spanish language of the State. All Spaniards have the duty to know it and the right to use it ». Regarding article 27 of the Constitution, it refers to the “right to education” and the “right toteaching freedom».

Foro Baleares appeals to the international community to “act accordingly” and “avoid, once and for all, the Totalitarian drift from this social communist government».



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