The Popular Parliamentary Group has sent a written to the Congress table in which it requests that it "effective" the judgment issued by the Supreme Court for which the United Kingdom condemns Alberto Rodríguez and withdraws the seat.
Specifically, in the letter recorded this Friday in the lower house, to which the world has had access, the popular claim to the table that "the necessary measures are adopted to make effective the execution of the firm judgment dictated by the Criminal Chamber of the Supreme Court (...), who lead to the withdrawal of deputy status "by Alberto Rodríguez.
This week, Rodríguez sent another written to the Board in which he asked him to give himself to "fulfilled the sentence" after documenting that he made a payment of 540 euros as a fine "that replaces the 45-day prison, which was The penalty to which Rodríguez was sentenced for the Supreme by attack against authority after assaulting a national policeman in a demonstration in 2014.
However, in the firm judgment, which was sent both to the Congress of Deputies and the Central Electoral Board (JEC), it is specified that a "special disqualification accessory for law for law is added to the commutable penalty of passive suffrage during the time of conviction. " A point that can lead to the withdrawal of the seat, as now they formally claim from the PP in a letter signed by his parliamentary spokeswoman, Cuca Gamarra.
The popular ones are also supported, in Article 6.2 of the General Electoral Regime Law, which establishes that "those condemned by firm sentence, to an impairment of freedom, in the period that lasts" are ineligible.
In addition, in the letter they remember that already in other sentences of the Supreme it has been established that "in our legal system, all the causes of ineligibility are also of incompatibility."
On the other hand, the criminal court of the Supreme Court has rejected this Friday to rectify the sentence to Rodríguez by understanding that the sentence is exposed to "with sufficient clarity". Thus, it is maintained, in addition to the switchable penalty per fine, the accessory of disqualification for passive suffrage.
The Popular Parliamentary spokesman, Cuca Gamarra, has demanded on Friday the resignation of the Minister of Social Rights, Ione Belarra, for questioning the action of justice with those investigated and imputed to the United Can we.
The General Secretary of Morada believed this Thursday that Rodríguez and Isa Serra - brilliant signing of the Ministry of Equality and also condemned by attacking authority - had been judged "without evidence". "When you do politics for people, it's what happens," she said to refer to the "unprecedented criminalization process" that several party leaders are experiencing.
A few words that, in the eyes of the PP are "an authentic scandal" and reason for Belarra to not be "a second more" sitting in the Council of Ministers, as Gamarra asked in an interview with Ocdiario.Updated Date: 16 October 2021, 02:04