Gabriel, who was on the run for four years, has expressed “a bittersweet feeling” about the court ruling, because “unfortunately nothing ends today. Let us continue to defend our rights.”
The Barcelona court has agreed to the free dismissal of former CUP deputy Anna Gabriel, who was between In 2018 and 2022 he was on the run from Spanish justice living in Switzerland, and therefore he definitively closes the case opened against him for disobedience in the 1-O.
Gabriel has expressed “a bittersweet feeling” about the court ruling, because “unfortunately nothing ends today. “Let us continue to defend our rights.”
In an order, unveiled this Friday but dated November 2023, the Seventh Department of the Court of Barcelona concludes that the events attributed to Gabriel They do not constitute a crime and definitively closes the ongoing case, after the Public Prosecution Service and the defense requested it, while Vox, which is prosecuting the private Public Prosecution Service, has not taken a position within the period set by the court.
After Gabriel appeared before the Supreme Court in July 2022 to regularize his situation, having remained in Switzerland since 2018, the Supreme Court referred the case to the Court of Barcelona.
Once the case was heard, the Barcelona Court asked the parties to decide whether they wanted to take the case to trial or archive it. The prosecution and defense requested that it be archived and archived. Vox, which made the popular accusation, did not speak within the deadline.
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