The socialist deputy in the Congress of Deputies, Marisol Sánchez Jódar will defend tomorrow, Tuesday, in the Congress of Deputies, the reform of the Statute of Autonomy to eliminate the outcrops and that the deputies and senators can be tried by ordinary courts and not only for the Supreme, as it has been until now.
Sánchez Jódar recalls that this proposal that began to be processed in the last legislature, was frozen when the Courts were dissolved by the call for elections last April and this Tuesday with the start of the new political course this issue will be resumed.
A defense that the Lorca will make with the general secretary of the PSRM-PSOE and spokesman of the Socialist Parliamentary Group, Diego Conesa.
The deputy has insisted that "in the previous legislature in the Regional Assembly this debate on the modification of the outcrops regime was approved, an issue that we have always defended from our party both regionally and nationally."
For Sánchez, "the affraction, as regulated in our current system, is an anachronistic figure, which is not justified, or not in all cases, in a consolidated democracy. What was conceived as a functional prerogative has become in a personal privilege. A privilege that, perceived by the citizens, causes them to move further away, both from us, their representatives, and from the judicial system in Spain. "
In addition, "it is necessary to deepen the regeneration of our democracy. And it is absolutely essential to restore the confidence of citizens in the institutions after 24 years of Popular Party Governments dotted with innumerable cases of corruption," he concluded.
Source: PSOE Lorca