The Venice Commission endorses the amnesty law in its final advice


The Council of Europe’s advisory body approved the regulation, although it questioned its urgent treatment and called for its adoption by a larger majority.

The Venice Commission has endorsed the Amnesty Act in his final opinionafter the plenary session of Congress gave its approval to the standard on Thursday before it was sent to the Senate.

The Commission, made up of independent experts in constitutional law, has already approved the rule in its first draft. His advice is not binding.

Before speaking out, the members of the advisory body listened to, among others, the President of the Senate, Miguel Rollán (PP), and the Second Secretary of Congress, Isaura Leal (PSOE).

In their resolution, committee members supported the foundations of the law, but criticized its processing emergency route. Furthermore, they request approval with a broader qualified majorityinstead of an absolute majority.

Source: EITB


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