Monday, May 10

The CCAA may appeal to the Supreme Court to endorse their restrictions after the end of the state of alarm

As of May 9, with the end of the state of alarm, the Autonomous Communities will have to resort to the courts to endorse their restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic. Something that already happened this year and that caused disparities in the decisions and criteria of the courts that endorsed the restrictions in some communities but not in others.

Now, in an attempt to unify the criteria, the Council of Ministers will approve this Tuesday a decree by which, in the event of a negative decision by the Superior Courts of Justice of each region, the CCAA may appeal directly to the Supreme Court. It is a summary appeal that is created for the Supreme Court to standardize criteria and create jurisprudence.

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