The Supreme Prosecutor's Office opposes suspending Alberto Rodríguez's conviction and reminds him that he must be 45 days disabled

The Prosecutor's Office of the Supreme Court opposes the implementation of the condemnatory judgment of the former United Kingdom Deputy Can Alberto Rodríguez,

The Supreme Prosecutor's Office opposes suspending Alberto Rodríguez's conviction and reminds him that he must be 45 days disabled

The Prosecutor's Office of the Supreme Court opposes the implementation of the condemnatory judgment of the former United Kingdom Deputy Can Alberto Rodríguez, section of the seat after being firmly condemned by attacking a policeman in 2014.

In a report referred to the criminal room, the one who has had access to the world, the Public Ministry defends Rodríguez can not be posted by a public office for 45 days, "neither more nor less". The prosecution argues that "it is not the timely procedural moment" to paralyze the execution of the ruling that has forced its disqualification to exercise public charge since the defense of it has not yet submitted a nullity resource against the aforementioned resolution.

Next to the suspension of the execution of the condemnatory ruling, Rodríguez held before the Character Manuel Marchena that the president of the Congress of the Deputies, Meritxell Batet, "modified" the sentence when he withdrew the seat last October. For this reason, she asked the Supreme to warn him that she had to "execute the penalty in the same terms in which it is established in the sentence."

This pretension is rejected from plane by the Supreme Prosecutor Isabel Rodríguez. "The consequences that a criminal condemnation may have in other areas governed by administrative regulations exceeding the competition regime of criminal courts. (...) therefore we understand that it does not happen in any case, urge or warn the president of the Congress of The deputies on any question, from the criminal instance in which we find ourselves. "

The High Court condemned Rodríguez as the author of a crime of attacking agents from authority to a month and a half of prison for having kicked a policeman during a demonstration against the so-called Wert Law at Laguna (Tenerife) in 2014.

The Supreme In His Judgment replaced the prison sentence for a fine of 540 euros, which has already been paid by the former parliamentarian. Likewise, the sentence understood the accessory penalty of special disqualification for the right of passive suffrage and, consequently, the loss of the seat due to overtake inelevibility.

On the execution of the sentence, the Prosecutor's Office explains that the execution of it "means only and exclusively that during the time of one month and fifteen days that is set in such a settlement, Rodríguez may not be presented to public office. Neither else, nor less". At the moment, Rodríguez's seat has not been covered since both number two and number three of the Canary Canarian List - González and Patricia Mesa - have rejected occupying it.

Updated Date: 07 November 2021, 15:12

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