Spanish justice, once again, is in the news. If there is a country where the judiciary has given the state authorities a hard time in the management of the health crisis, it is Spain, where several regional courts have recently risen to say no to the Health Pass.
And the judiciary is not yet done defying the central state, which imposed, for a second consecutive time, the state of health emergency on November 3, 2020 throughout the national territory. A measure that is not to the liking of the Spanish Constitutional Court, which declared it unconstitutional.
On this point, the media ABC points out that during the second state of emergency, which lasted from November 3 to May 9, the Spanish Parliament was almost closed and during this period, the government did not provide explanations to the people’s deputies. “There were only plenary sessions when Pedro Sanchez, president of the Spanish government, felt like it, in a political strategy that several opposition parties have described as ‘sequestration of Parliament’,” the source pointed out.Drama in Spain: the Constitutional Court Revolts, Declares State of Emergency Unconstitutional | The Liberty Beacon