The trial of the procés and social maturity, by Natalia Velilla
A few days ago, a prosecutor took to Twitter to complain about criticism of the Prosecution's approach in the Catalan procés trial from certain sectors of the media. The tweet said that people have [...]
The Catalonia I want, by Jesús Gómez Esteban
A great abyss has grown in a short number of years between the Catalonia I want and the Catalonia they have been trying to impose and that is revealed by the message the Vic [...]
Why Justice needs a more horizontal study of law, and may the Supreme Court forgive us. By Gustavo Martín.
Why Justice needs a more horizontal study of Law, and may the Supreme Court forgive us. By Gustavo Martín. Some time ago, Spain forswore anything resembling a "judicial policy". Consequently, today, its Judicial Power structure [...]
Heartless judges, by Raimundo Prado
HEARTLESS JUDGES by Raimundo Prado Bernabéu Let's stop fooling ourselves. We the Spanish are the way we are. Our way of being has been forged throughout history, in the events and the circumstances; those [...]
The Survival of Corruption, by Raimundo Prado.
The Survival of Corruption, by Raimundo Prado. The GRECO, a body under the Council of Europe, makes it clear that appointing seats on the Spanish General Council of the Judiciary fosters corruption Etymologically, the [...]
I was there and this is what I saw
I was there and this is what I saw The author, a Spanish judge, recounts her experience on the day of the illegal referendum, October, 1st, in Catalonia, in front of an illegal [...]