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Ultimatum to Marlaska for the benefits to the ETA
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Ultimatum to Marlaska for the benefits to the ETA

The Madrid Court of Justice gives 20 days to send the prison records The interior minister, Fernando Grande-Marlaska.Justice wants to know how the government's prison policy is developing with the prisoners of the terrorist organization ETA. And he wants to end the information blockade that the Ministry of Interior it maintains on the files of each one of the approached or progressed inmates of degree. Thus, the Superior Court of Justice of Madrid has given a period of 20 days to the department headed by Fernando Grande-Marlaska to provide information on ETA prisoners benefited. Specifically, the court heard on June 9 the claim in the case of the ETA members who were part of the Andalusian command. Require the Ministry to refer to this Section, within the non-extendable period of 20 day...
The main investigator of Gürtel denounces pressure from the Interior to rid the PP of the scandal
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The main investigator of Gürtel denounces pressure from the Interior to rid the PP of the scandal

The principal investigator of the Grtel case has denounced in his statement before the judge who instructs the operacin Kitchen that he received multiple pressures to stop investigating the scandal and has specified that he was maneuvered to transfer him to Lisbon. This possibility is referred to in the latest agendas of Commissioner Jos Manuel Villarejo intervened by the Police, for which reason Judge Manuel García Castelln has summoned Manuel Morocho to testify as a witness.In his account, Morocho has pointed out directly to the former head of the Economic and Fiscal Crime Unit (UDEF), Jos Luis Olivera, of whom he has related that it was he who proposed to leave his post and that he did so after telling him that he had spoken with then Interior Minister Jorge Fernndez Daz. The latter d...
Marlaska blocks Ayuso’s plan to give houses to police and civil guards to attract agents to Madrid
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Marlaska blocks Ayuso’s plan to give houses to police and civil guards to attract agents to Madrid

Up to 13 times the Community of Madrid has proposed to sign an agreement to support their homesAgents of the National Police and the Civil Guard, demonstrating in Madrid for job improvements.NGEL NAVARRETE FERNANDO LZARO Madrid Updated Monday, June 14, 2021 - 22:52Not one or two. Up to 13 times the Madrid's community has put on the table the Government the need to sign an agreement to try to offer advantages mainly in housing to national police and civil guards. But until now Become Premium from € 1 the first month Take advantage of this offer for a limited time and access all web content I want it Are you already Premium? Log in (function(d,s,id){var js,fjs=d.getElementsByTa...
The Prosecutor’s Office shields Marlaska from the complaints for the ‘Pérez de los Cobos case’
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The Prosecutor’s Office shields Marlaska from the complaints for the ‘Pérez de los Cobos case’

Updated Monday, June 7, 2021 - 12:31The fiscal opposes the Supreme Court investigating Minister Fernando Grande-Marlaska for the dismissal of the head of the Civil Guard in Madrid, Colonel Diego Prez de los Cobos for refusing to provide him with judicialized information on the demonstration of the 8-M and its relationship to the pandemic.In the brief from the Public Ministry, it is positioned against the admission for processing by the Supreme Court of the complaint filed by the Vox party against the minister, Become Premium from € 1 the first month Take advantage of this offer for a limited time and access all web content I want it (function(d,s,id){var js,fjs=d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0];i...
Hundreds of civil guards demonstrate in Madrid for the equalization of wages: "Where is Marlaska?"
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Hundreds of civil guards demonstrate in Madrid for the equalization of wages: "Where is Marlaska?"

Around 400 civil guards, according to the Government Delegation in Madrid and "several thousand", according to the Unified Association of Civil Guards (AUGC), have protested this Saturday in Madrid for the decline in their labor rights and have urged the Minister of the Interior , Fernando Grande-Marlaska, to fulfill his promise to "modernize" the institution.Amid shouts of "resignation" directed at the head of the Interior and the director of the Civil Guard, María Gámez, hundreds of agents from all over Spain have concentrated in Puerta del Sol for an hour called by AUGC, the majority association, to denounce what They do not have a decent working day or work shifts that allow reconciliation.Also to demand that Interior comply with the salary equalization agreement with ...
The kings inaugurate the memorial to the victims of terrorism: "Memory is essential to preserve the truth"
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The kings inaugurate the memorial to the victims of terrorism: "Memory is essential to preserve the truth"

The Memorial Center for the Victims of Terrorism in Vitoria has been officially inaugurated this Tuesday by the king, Felipe VI, who has assured that victims are "one of the ethical pillars of democracy" and a fundamental element for avoid "any legitimation or justification" of the violence.The kings have presided over this inaugural act, which was also attended by the Prime Minister, Pedro Sánchez; the Lehendakari, Iñigo Urkullu, and several members of their governments; the director of the center, Florencio Domínguez, and the president of the Victims of Terrorism Foundation, Tomás Caballero.The monarchs have arrived at the Memorial, located in the center of Vitoria, between cheers from peop...
Marlaska says the government will decide the pardons "looking at society more than at those directly affected"
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Marlaska says the government will decide the pardons "looking at society more than at those directly affected"

The Minister of the Interior, Fernando Grande-Marlaska, has assured this Tuesday that the Government will decide on the pardons to the leaders of the 'procés' "looking at the Spanish and Catalan society more than in those directly affected ". In an interview in RNE, collected by Europa Press, the Interior Minister has acknowledged that in "politics, difficult or less easy decisions have to be made on certain occasions" to "consequence of the public good"."I am convinced, and the president himself said it because it is the most reasonable thing, that the decision will be made in terms of legality and to guarantee coexistence and harmony with a specific purpose: problem solving, "he...
Sánchez defends the pardons to the leaders of the procés "to leave behind the tear of 2017 and live in peace"
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Sánchez defends the pardons to the leaders of the procés "to leave behind the tear of 2017 and live in peace"

President Sánchez assured this Monday that he will decide on the pardons to those convicted of the procés, thinking about the "millions of citizens who want to live in peace". With this argument, the leader of the Executive delved into the line in which the Government has been working in the last ten days, when it has clearly opened the door to grant the measure of grace to the independence leaders on those who weigh penalties of up to 13 years jail.In an appearance before the media in the framework of the XIII Hispano-Polish summit, held this Monday in Alcalá de Henares (Madrid), Sánchez insisted that his roadmap consists of "return to the political path" after "years of judicialization", so ...
Ángel, the policeman wounded in the ‘procés’ to which Marlaska retires without disability: “It is painful, a shame”
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Ángel, the policeman wounded in the ‘procés’ to which Marlaska retires without disability: “It is painful, a shame”

It was approximately twenty minutes to eight in the afternoon on that Friday, October 18, 2019. In a corner of the Urquinaona square, very close together, to protect each other, several groups of National Police agents endured this rain of objects. Angel was among them, armed with the helmet and all kinds of protections. It was at the confluence of Les Jonqueres and Trafalgar streets where he received the strong impact of one of those projectiles thrown at them by the most radical members of the CDRs. They hit him on the front of his right arm. He felt as if he had been struck by lightning. The oversized cobblestone that shattered his forearm rushed over him with a vertical trajectory. One of the protesters had thrown it at him from a rooftop. Bad luck would have it that Ángel, jus...