Belarra's fierce assault on Judge García-Castelln: “It is a judicial dictatorship” | EUROtoday

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The normal secretary of Podemos, Ione Belarra, has harshly attacked Judge Manuel García-Castellón, whom she has accused of exercising a “judicial dictatorship” for the way in which through which he’s conducting the investigation into the Democratic Tsunami within the National Court, and through which he attributes the last word goal of derailing the Amnesty Law.

This was said this Friday in an open intervention earlier than the Podemos State Citizen Council, the very best physique between congresses, the place he not solely introduced the outcomes of the primaries, but additionally entered forcefully into the difficulty of amnesty and the judges.

Belarra has offered the talk on amnesty as a dichotomy between “democracy or judicial dictatorship.” “What Judge García Castellón is doing, who is nothing more than another PP official and who is denounced by Podemos for prevarication against our party, is judicial dictatorship,” he assured.

In this sense, he has warned that the choose “thinks he has the right to rule more than Parliament.” “And that,” he burdened, “is very serious.” Well, for her, what he represents is a “frontal attack on Spanish democracy.”

Belarra has demanded “unity” amongst “all democrats” to confront this “savage offensive”, presenting her rise up towards the work of judges as a protection of democracy. “You can agree or not with the amnesty but Parliament has the right to legislate,” she burdened.

For this cause, he has warned the PSOE that it should act with “ideological clarity” and never, as it’s appearing now, doing so “without conviction” solely as a result of “it needs the votes of Junts.”

For the overall secretary of Podemos, Pedro Sánchez and the PSOE are “taking too much risk” considering that “only they are in charge”, as if that they had an absolute majority. Hence, he has demanded extra willpower and readability to face social measures, whether or not in relation to hire or meals costs.

After a number of weeks through which she sees the Government displaying its “weakness”, Belarra has regretted, on the one hand, that the PSOE is mired in “disorientation” and, on the opposite, that within the coalition Executive just one celebration “without ideological compass”, in a criticism that’s implicitly directed at Sumar and his affect.