The Contentious-Administrative Chamber of the Supreme Court has denied this Monday the very precautionary suspension requested by Laura Borrás of the agreement of the Central Electoral Board, of May 3, which annulled her credentials as a deputy of the Parliament of Catalonia after considering that He was ineligible due to his criminal conviction by the Superior Court of Justice of Catalonia (TSJC) of four and a half years in prison and a fine of 36,000 euros for a crime of documentary falsification and another of prevarication.
The High Court points out that Borrás's writing does not offer "any argument" to justify the urgency that requires a very precautionary suspension without hearing, in this case, the Central Electoral Board. The magistrates reject the measure requested by his defense, exercised by the lawyer Gonzalo Boye.
In the same order, the Third Chamber agrees to initiate an ordinary precautionary incident, granting the procedural representation of the Central Electoral Board and the Public Prosecutor a common term that will end at 3:00 p.m. next Friday, May 12, for them to make allegations. about the precautionary measure.
Regarding an appeal filed against the same agreement by the Parliament of Catalonia, which did not request the very precautionary suspension but the ordinary precautionary one, the Supreme Court has given the Central Electoral Board ten days for allegations before deciding on the precautionary measure.
The TSJC condemned Borràs for having favored his close friend when he was in charge of the Institució de les Lletres Catalanes with the awarding of contracts by hand.
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