The Superior Court of Justice of the Basque Country (TSJPV) has issued an order in which it affirms that the tribute to the ETA prisoner Henri Parot called for this Saturday is not subject to the authorization regime but to the communication regime, so there is no recourse or suspension “A non-existent act”. The Professional Association of the Civil Guard Justice Guardia Civil (Jucil) and the union of the National Police Justice Police (Jupol) called for the “emergency” precautionary suspension of this pro-ETA demonstration, a suspension that has been denied by the Basque justice system.
The tribute to ETA Parot will take place this Saturday in Arrasate (Guipúzcoa). It was authorized by the Basque Government of Íñigo Urkullu and has been promoted by the Sare de Mondragón Platform and the Elkartasun Eguna collective. Pro-ETA organizations have promoted this rally as a “solidarity march” that will consist of a 31-kilometer journey to denounce the “31 years that the terrorist has been in prison.”
In March, the Ministry of the Interior of Fernando Grande-Marlaska agreed to his approach to the Basque Country. The ETA member was convicted of 39 murders committed between 1978 and 1990 and gives name to the doctrine repealed in 2013 by the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg, which facilitated the release of dozens of ETA members. Henri Parot was convicted, among others, of the attack against the Civil Guard headquarters in Zaragoza in 1987. In this attack, the terrorist group ETA killed 11 people, including five girls, with the placement of a car bomb loaded with explosives. Prisons alleged that the ETA member accepted prison law to transfer him to the León prison. He was sentenced to almost 4,800 years in prison.
What the TSJPV says
Last week, Jucil and Jupol filed a contentious-administrative appeal against “the agreement of the Basque Government that authorized the homage to the bloodthirsty ETA. The TSJPV has declared inadmissible the “emergency precautionary suspension” presented by both organizations.
The court indicates that the appellants request the precautionary suspension of “urgency” by an act of authorization of the demonstration, and “it is not proven, not in vain, that the exercise of this fundamental right is not subject to that regime (of authorization) but to the prior communication», According to Organic Law 9/1984 of July 15.
The chamber of the Superior Court of Justice of the Basque Country affirms that “the concurrence of reasons of special urgency or, additionally, the requirements of article 130 of the Jurisdictional Law, for the suspension of a non-existent act cannot be appreciated.” “Or what is the same, The ‘sine qua non’ budget of such measure does not concur», Apostille.
The justice declares the application of Jucil and Jupol null but the judicial resolution may be challenged by means of an appeal for reconsideration in the same Chamber within a period of five days from the day following its notification.