COMPLAINT AGAINST SANCHEZ ARRIVES AT THE SUPREME COURT BY 8-M / CORONAVIRUS
"ITS OBJECTIVE IS TO ADHERE TO IT ALL AFFECTED BY THE CORONAVIRUS"
"ALSO WORKS IN THE CONSTITUTION OF AN ASSOCIATION THAT REPRESENTS THEM"
Víctor Valladares filed a complaint against the President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, before the Supreme Court for the crimes of administrative malfeasance and professional reckless injuries; and complaint against the Government delegate in Madrid, José Manuel Franco, for having allowed concentrations of people between March 5 and when the state of alarm was declared, such as that of 8-M, despite the fact that on day 2 the European Council for the control and prevention of diseases, a report had been sent to Spain warning
about the coronavirus.
It also includes another report from day 6 of the Health Alerts and Emergencies coordination center of the Spanish Medicines Agency.
In the case of Sánchez, the 47-page complaint explains that the President of the Government committed an offense of administrative trespass by omission for "inaction" and not attending to the "dictates of the European Union and the Ministry of Health itself" and not having prohibited by Royal Decree "any type of tumultuous meeting or demonstration".
Magistrate Rodríguez-Medel admitted the matter regarding the delegate of the Government of Madrid who is the only one who can investigate.
It also ordered proceedings to the Civil Guard for when
raise the alarm state.