Madrid (EFE).- The Minister of the Presidency, Félix Bolaños, and the spokesperson for the Popular Parliamentary Group, Cuca Gamarra, have agreed to advance in the reform of the Constitution to eliminate only the term “disabled” in relation to people with disability.
After the meeting that they held this Wednesday in the Congress of Deputies, Bolaños explained that this agreement with the PP to “tighten” the reform of article 49 must reach the “maximum consensus” in parliament and he hoped that its approval could come to be unanimous.
“We are going to talk in the next few days to achieve a text agreed with the PP and with the rest of the political forces”, and shared with the disability sector, said the minister, who recalled that it is a historical claim of social entities.
“We want an agreed, consensual text adjusted to the recommendations of the Council of State,” he asserted after refusing to include other reforms in the Magna Carta.
It will be the third reform of the Constitution of 1978, after the two registered in 1992 and in 2011.