president The Supreme Court of Spain, Carlos LessemHe submitted his resignation on Monday, amid accusations between the ruling party and the opposition for the lack of agreements to appoint judges, which widens a crisis that may hinder the work of the commission. justice.
Spanish Prime Minister, Pedro Sanchezof the Socialist Party (PSOE), today with the leader Opposition Popular Party, Alberto Núñez VigoThe Government stated that they had agreed at Government House to make another attempt to overcome the siege in appointing judges.
Several weeks ago, Lesmis threatened to resign to try to resolve this crisis caused by tensions between the Progressive Government, a coalition between the Socialist Socialists and Podemos, and the right-wing People’s Party, the main opposition party, which accuse each other of blocking nearly four. Years ago, the judges’ board of directors was renewed.
Both parties, howeverThey have no choice but to understand each other, as 12 of the 20 members of this body must be appointed by a qualified majority Three-fifths of the Houses of Parliament.
“We have made progress in addressing the joint renewal of the General Council of the Judiciary (CGPJ) and the Constitutional Court (TC) with a new framework that deepens the independence criteria,” Núñez Vigo wrote on Twitter after meeting Sanchez.
For his part, the Minister of the Presidency of the Republic, Felix Bolanos, told reporters this Spain is experiencing a “serious crisis in the judiciary” For this reason, Sanchez and Figo agreed to “make one last attempt to resolve the blockade and renew the CGPJ and the Constitutional Court”.