The Judiciary confronts Ione Belarra and unanimously reproaches her for her attack on the Supreme Court

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Belarra, in Congress

The Permanent Commission of the General Council of the Judiciary (CGPJ) has reproached the Minister of Social Rights and leader of Podemos, Ione Belarra, this Friday, a message on social networks where he questioned the conviction of the Supreme Court against Deputy Alberto Rodríguez.

In her first reaction, the Minister of Social Rights and the 2030 Agenda maintains that Meritxell Batet and the High Court had committed “prevarication”. “Alberto Rodriguez was convicted despite the evidence that he was not there. The objective was to take away the seat. The Supreme Court is putting pressure on the Presidency of Congress to withdraw it even though they both know that it is not what the sentence says ”.

In a statement, the governing body of the judges has shown its “absolute and resounding rejection” of Belarra’s demonstrations “with greater force than on other occasions” because they attribute “the commission of a crime to its magistrates”, a statement that “It absolutely exceeds the limits of the right to freedom of expression.”

“Especially when the person carrying out these demonstrations is a member of the Executive Power, which places the relations between two powers of the State on a completely undesirable plane,” the CGPJ stated.

The agreement has been approved with the votes of the President of the Supreme Court and the General Council of the Judiciary, Carlos Lesmes; and the members José Antonio Ballestero, Nuria Díaz, Juan Manuel Fernández and Juan Martínez Moya. The members Álvaro Cuesta, Rafael Mozo and Pilar Sepúlveda have voted against.


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