The TSJC refuses to postpone the trial of the Torrent Table for having “the obligation to celebrate it”

The Civil and Criminal Chamber of the Superior Court of Justice of Catalonia (TSJC) has rejected the postponement of the trial for alleged disobedience of the pro-independence members of the Parliamentary Table chaired by Roger Torrent. The parties had requested to postpone it until the appeal that the prosecutor has filed against the disqualification of Judge Carlos Ramos, who was removed from the case: “We have an obligation to celebrate it,” the court said.

In the processing of questions prior to the trial, the Prosecutor’s Office, the popular accusation of Vox and the defenses of Torrent, Adriana Delgado and Eusebi Campdepadrós have requested postponementwhich has been declined by the judges after a 45-minute break.

This request also had been made last week in writingbut it was rejected because the annulment that the Prosecutor’s Office has requested is not yet admitted for processing, and after deliberating this Wednesday, they have answered that “the position of the court is the same as it was before, it has not changed.”

The president of the court that judges the case, Carlos Mir, has assured that he understands defense concern in case the incident of annulment of the Prosecutor’s Office to the recusal of Ramos may affect the outcome of the trial. “Maybe not, in life you have to be brave,” he added.

The magistrate has recalled that the date of the trial has been going on for a long time, and that has been delayed from its original date in July for the recusal of the president of the TSJC, Jesús María Barrientos. “There is no point in dilating, dilating, dilating,” he added.


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