The Constitutional Court will turn 44 on December 27, plunged into the biggest crisis in its history and without the slightest agreement between its two blocs of magistrates. As part of a plenary session whose mandate has expired since June, conservatives are imposing a one-vote majority to preserve democracy’s first parliamentary deadlock and stave off challenges, while Spain’s institutional life faces an unprecedented clash between the legislature and the top interpreter. Constitution. It is an unprecedented situation in the court, which has been in the eye of the independence process, women’s reproductive rights storm and which has split in half to lift the state of emergency declared by the government to stop the spread. coronavirus.
Source: El Diario