The monothema, as Arrimadas likes to say, has obscured a fundamental problem linked to the articulation of the State beyond the Catalan question. In particular, with the real autonomy of two subsectors of the Administration: the autonomous communities and the municipalities, whose capacity for self-government is being invaded by a vision that is certainly Jacobin of territorial politics completely outside the constitutional mandate. And that leaves in the hands of the Central Treasury a good part of its self-government.

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