"Inappropriate" for a Minister of Justice. Thus, the statements made by Pilar Llop define this weekend, in which it considered "quite unlikely" that the Supreme Court annul the inducts granted to the leaders of Proctors.
The Secretary of Justice of the Popular, Enrique López, has asked for Monday to the Minister that, precisely because of being responsible for the Justice portfolio, avoids "previous criteria" before a "important" decision as is the of the indults.
"If there is a minister who should not assess judicial decisions or to make allusions to what the most successful judicial decision must be," said López, that "is the Minister of Justice".
This Sunday, both from the Popular Party and from citizens, the "interference" that supposed the declarations of the former President of the Senate was denounced. From citizens, Edmundo Bal considered that LLOP was "trying to influence" the court with the position of him.
In the same way, López has requested the Minister LLOP to avoid ruling on what resolution the Constitutional Court should adopt on the appeal against the Law of Abortion.
The Minister of Justice has not been slow to respond to the accusations from the opposition. From Castrillón, in Asturias, Pilar Llop has been asked if it is the Popular Party who really "wants to influence" about the judiciary.
"Maybe who does want to influence is who he is saying that I have some intention to influence," said Minister of Justice, who has emphasized his "absolute respect" by organs that, he has said, work with total independence.
This new crossing of reproaches is added to the existing differences between PSOE and PP to renew the CGPJ. In this sense, the popular - which are, in the eyes of the Socialists, who are breaking the constitutional mandate by causing the blockade - have reiterated its commitment to the Magna Charter on Monday and with European opinions.
Thus, although López has admitted that from Europe it has been insisted on the need to renew the CGPJ, it has also been requested to reform the organic law of the judiciary to appoint the vowels "directly by their peers", as the Popular Party claims.Date Of Update: 09 August 2021, 08:25