The National Court rejects the Generalitat’s request to appear in the case


The order emphasizes that there is no specific legal authorization for public legal entities, as is the case with the Generalitat, to carry out popular actions.

Euskaraz irakurri: Auzitegi Nazionalak atzera bota du Generalitatea Pegasus auzian herri-akusazio gisa aurkezteko eskaera

National Supreme Court judge José Luis Calama has rejected the request to appear by the Generalitat of Catalonia as a popular charge in the Pegasus case, because there is no specific legal authorization for public legal entities, as is the case with the Generalitat. to engage in popular action.

The judge’s order states that “the general system of the Criminal Procedure Act does not allow to conclude that public entities among the people can be prosecuted.”

Similarly, Judge Calama excludes that this legitimacy can be based on the regional regulations invoked by the Generalitat in its application and that therefore public action for its exercise in criminal proceedings belongs exclusively to the Public Prosecutor’s Office.

The Generalitat may appeal against this resolution within three days and appeal to the Criminal Chamber within five days.

On May 3, the Generalitat announced that it would appear as a popular accusation in all legal proceedings of Pegasus espionage. This was approved by the government during the Executive Council. Now the National Court has rejected it for “lack of legitimacy”.

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Source: EITB


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