The PSOE appeals before the Constitutional the request of the PP to stop its reform

The PSOE has presented this Sunday two briefs before the Constitutional Court to try to stop it from admitting the amparo appeal that the Popular Party registered last Friday to cautiously stop the processing of the reform of the court renewal system that Congress approved on last thursday.

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18 December 2022 Sunday 12:31
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The PSOE appeals before the Constitutional the request of the PP to stop its reform

The PSOE has presented this Sunday two briefs before the Constitutional Court to try to stop it from admitting the amparo appeal that the Popular Party registered last Friday to cautiously stop the processing of the reform of the court renewal system that Congress approved on last thursday.

According to eldiario.es, the party leading the coalition government alleges that stopping the reform would violate popular sovereignty, represented by the Cortes, and would undermine "the basic pillars of the democratic State and the rule of law."

"The admission of a precautionary measure that eventually produces the suspension of the parliamentary procedure prevents all the deputies and senators from legitimately exercising their parliamentary functions, as representatives of the citizens, in whom popular sovereignty resides," says the PSOE.

This response to the request for precautionary measures presented by the PP is articulated in a brief of allegations and another of appearance, which also appeal to the high court, which meets this Monday, to resolve the challenges against two magistrates whose mandate has expired -the president, Pedro González-Trevijano, and Antonio Narváez-, presented by United We Can before making any decision.

The PP asked the Constitutional Court to stop a process that must now reach the Senate, understanding that the reform approved on Thursday violates the Constitution, which requires a majority of three fifths of the Cortes to renew the court.

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