Barcelona (EFE) in addition to prevarication and disobedience, for organizing 1-O.
In its brief, presented this Friday before the Superior Court of Justice of Catalonia (TSJC), the public ministry follows the criteria of the Supreme Court, which in the review of the sentence of the “procés” rules out that the expenses of 1-O fit into the crime of attenuated embezzlement introduced in the reform of the Criminal Code, provided for cases in which there is no profit motive.
The letter also requests a year of disqualification for the Minister of Culture, Natàlia Garriga, whom the TSJC prosecuted for a crime of serious disobedience for her role in the preparations for the 1-0 referendum from the position she held in the Vice-Presidency Department directed by Oriol Junqueras.
Aragonès: “The judicial system does not impart justice, but revenge”
The president of the Generalitat of Catalonia, Pere Aragonès (ERC), has denounced that “the judicial system does not impart justice, but revenge against the independence movement”, and has recalled that “working for the freedom of Catalonia and defending the ballot box and democracy It’s not a crime.”
The Catalan president has reacted like this on social networks to the news that the Prosecutor’s Office is asking for 7 years in prison for various ERC charges.