The Prosecutor's Office of the National Hearing is opposed to prohibiting the acts foreseen this weekend in Basque Country and Navarra in support of the approach of prisoners and the softening of its penitentiary regime. The measure had been requested by the Dignity and Justice Association.
The response of the prosecutor Ángel Gómez-Rodulfo follows the criterion was spared to oppose similar prohibitions in recent weeks. He recalls the jurisprudence of the Supreme in the matter - which is detached in turn from that of Strasbourg and the Constitutional -, extremely restrictive when it comes to preventing public acts of this type.
The demonstration that the association chaired by Daniel Porter had requested Block was scheduled for the next day 8 in Bilbao. The convening, SARE, finally agreed to fraction the celebration in multiple marches by almost all the towns of the Basque Country and Navarra. Not for political reasons, but because of the increase in coronavirus contagions. In previous years, the same march had gathered tens of thousands of people.
The marches against the policy of dispersion of Etharas, still partially applied by the Ministry of the Interior, have the recent support of the former president of the Generalitat Carles Puigdemont.
The flee of justice has reported on Monday in social networks a video in which it maintains that the prisoners are "fundamental rights violations that no decent society can admit". He adds that many prisoners "should be enjoying freedom, or reviewing their degree, or simple approach to their home and their families."
Puigdemont is thus aligned with SARE, which criticizes "the situation of vulneration of rights suffered by Basque prisoners, with more than 50% still far away; with the blockade in the progression of grades; with the resources of the Prosecutor's Office to prevent permits Penitentiaries "and asks to" go out and demand the end of this penitentiary policy of exception. "Updated Date: 06 January 2022, 03:04