The Supreme Court opens a prison case in opposition to a senator from Coalicin Canaria for crimes of false testimony and false denunciation | EUROtoday

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The Supreme Court (TS) has agreed to open a process to the senator of Coalicin Canaria Pedro Manuel Sangins Gutirrezfor alleged crimes of false testimony and false denunciation that he had dedicated when he was president of the Island Council of Lanzarote.

As reported by the excessive court docket, the Criminal Court has adopted this determination after having obtained a reasoned presentation from the Criminal Court Number 3 of Arrecife because it grew to become conscious that Sangins Gutirrez had acquired the standing of senator for the Canary Islands, which suggests his approval earlier than the TS.

The Justice of the Peace Vicente Magro has been appointed teacher of the case in accordance with the established shift after the Chamber verified that there are indications of the fee of prison acts by the senator, whom the fiscal He asks for a yr and a half in jail and disqualification for against the law of false testimony.

The occasions for which Sangins Gutirrez is being investigated date again to 2009, when he held the place of president of the Island Council of Lanzarote and of the Local Company Public Entity (Center for Arts, Culture and Tourism) and voluntarily appeared earlier than the police stations of Costa Teguiseto report irregularities within the contracting of sure companies dedicated by numerous individuals.

According to the prosecutor's indictment, included within the Supreme Court order, the now licensed individual made the criticism, narrating irregularities that constituted a number of crimes in opposition to the Public Administration, “with the intention of violating the objective truth, and with manifest contempt for it.” “.

Subsequently, the leader testified as a witness in the judicial proceedings opened by his complaint, and “after taking an oath or promise to inform the reality”, “he once more acknowledged, missing the target fact, the identical irregularities within the contracting of companies charged”, always according to the Prosecutor's brief.

In 2019 he gave a new witness statement in the proceedings in which he maintained the previous accusations, and a few days later that case was provisionally dismissed, according to the Prosecutor's account.