Seville, (EFE).- The former president of the Junta de Andalucía, José Antonio Griñán, has arrived after 10:30 a.m. at the Court of Seville, who had summoned him so that a forensic expert from the Institute of Legal Medicine can examine him and assess the relevance of his entry into prison to serve his sentence for the ERE case.
Griñán, who has arrived alone, did not want to make statements to the numerous media that were waiting for him. And he has only said that diseases “are private” and should be respected.
This is the second time that the forensic doctor will evaluate the former Andalusian president. Sentenced to six years in jail. And they occur when the radiotherapy sessions that he has received for his prostate cancer have finished.
treatment in prison
The First Section of the Court of Seville postponed Griñán’s entry into prison until the aforementioned radiotherapy sessions were completed. And agreed to transfer to the Institute of Legal Medicine the medical documentation provided.
On May 2, the Provincial Court requested a new report that would assess the compatibility of his imprisonment with the treatment he must receive for the cancer he suffers from.
Griñán is the only one of the former senior officials of the Board sentenced to prison who remains free, after the admission on April 11 in the Puerto III prison in El Puerto de Santa María (Cádiz) of the former Deputy Minister of Employment Agustín Barberá, to serve his seven-year sentence. EFE