PSOE and PP acknowledge contacts to renew the CGPJ, which could be finalized in the coming days

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PSOE and PP acknowledge contacts to renew the CGPJ, which could be finalized in the coming days

Although there is no date set for a meeting between the negotiators of the Spanish government and the PP, both the popular and socialist parties, with the mediation of the European Commission, are ready to reach an agreement.

PSOE and PP recognized contacts this Monday to renew the General Council for the Judiciary (CGPJ), whose mandate has expired five and a half yearsconversations that could become reality ‘in the coming days’ after they stalled for the umpteenth time in October 2022.

The negotiations between the Spanish government and the PP on the renewal of the CGPJ are thus apparently entering their crucial week, with good intentions on both sides, and the agreement could be finalized after the President of the Spanish Executive, Pedro Sánchez, June had identified as the best choice. month to conclude a final agreement.

Although there is no date for a meeting between the negotiators of the Spanish government and the PP, Félix Bolaños and Esteban González PonsWith the intervention of the European Commission, both the people and the Socialists are willing to agree to the pact, and the PSOE does not rule out that it could become a reality within ‘a few days’.

Socialist leadership sources have reiterated this message of optimism and are even confident that the June deadline set by Sánchez will not be missed.

Your spokesperson, Esther Penahas appealed to discretion, as has happened with the contacts of the past days and hours, while at the same time trusting that the renewal of the CGPJ “is a fact” and that normality in the judiciary “will be restored within a few days will be a reality.”

“Sooner rather than later,” Peña emphasized after the meeting of the Socialist Federal Executive, while the PP spokesperson: Borja Semperagreed at the end of the meeting of his party’s steering committee that the popular party will continue with ‘good will’.

However, Sémper has made it clear that the fundamental requirement is that judges elect judges to guarantee the independence of the judiciary: “And this is a position that we will not abandon,” he said as a warning.

For his part, Addthe partner of the coalition government, has indicated out of “prudence” that “they do not trust the PP” and has warned that the law that the majority approves to renew the judiciary must be changed. Can has once again spoken out against concluding an agreement with the PP, because this would mean the legitimization of the ‘legal practice’.

The extreme right party Vox It is believed that a “bipartisan” agreement will be reached in the coming days. “Hopefully the PP will come to its senses and take a clear stand against the politicization of justice,” he declared after insisting that judges should elect judges.

Source: EITB

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