Junqueras asks the Supreme Court to acquit him of sedition and embezzlement

The former vice president of the Generalitat oriol junqueras (ERC) has asked the supreme court to acquit him of the crimes of sedition and embezzlement for which he was convicted by the process, in application of the reform of the Penal Code, and warns that replacing them with public disorder would be unconstitutional.

The lawyers of Junqueras, the former president of Parliament Carmen Forcadell and the ex-consellers Raul Romeva and Dolors Bassa They have presented their writings to the Supreme Court on Tuesday, which must review the sentence that sentenced them to up to 13 years in prison in light of the legal reforms promoted by the Government.

In their writings, the lawyers Andreu Van Den Eynde and Olga Arderiu maintain that the sentence for sedition should be revoked, because the “will” of the legislator has been to repeal that crime to equate the Penal Code Spanish with the European, and also that of embezzlement, since they argue that on 1-O there was neither a profit motive nor a diversion of funds to uses other than those foreseen.

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