The possible annulment of the ERE ruling by the Constitutional Court has provoked the anger of the Andalusian Government. The Minister of the Presidency, Interior, Social Dialogue and Administrative Simplification, Antonio Sanz, assured this Monday that it is “a real shame” if the “biggest case of corruption in the history of Spain goes unpunished.” In statements to the media in Huelva, Sanz showed the “greatest concern” of the Government of Andalusia in “the recent information we received regarding the possible existence of a report from the Constitutional Court before the relationship decision-making. to reverse the condemnation of the ERE, which means no punishment”.
“We no longer see that crimes like sedition or embezzlement of funds involved in what happened in the independence movement go unpunished only in this country, now we see that the biggest scandal in the history of Democracy is also intended to go unpunished. through whatever this decision can be or through an apology,” he lamented.
For his part, the Minister of Justice, José Antonio Nieto, acknowledged his concern and warned that it will re-judge the proven facts. In his opinion, this report will eliminate the judicial work of a decade and “contrary to logic” by expressing the feeling that there are no crimes.
Nieto recalled that as proven facts there is evidence that “billions of euros” were used for political purposes and stressed that the TC is there to check if a sentence is constitutional or not but it cannot decide again .