The Central Electoral Council (JEC) opened a case against the spokesperson of the Government, Isabel Rodríguez, for violating the Organic Law of the General Electoral Regime (LOREG) by using Moncloa to attack PP during the electoral periodic. Specifically, according to article 50.2 of the LOREG, The government cannot conduct electoral evaluation “dFrom calling the elections until they are held, something he did use the exhumation of José Antonio Primo de Rivera to attack the PP, among other things.
“Any act organized or financed, directly or indirectly, by public authorities that alludes to their achievements or achievements, or uses images or expressions that coincide or are similar to those used in their campaigns by any of political entities. . contest the elections”, says this article.
Specifically, Three popular complaints have reached the JEC in recent weeks for the attacks he made against the main opposition party: the electoral body faced them, although it remains to be seen whether they will end in sanctions. Usually, when a file is opened it is because there are obvious indications to end up in a penalty, which can be between 300 and 3,000 euros.
According to JEC sources, the spokesperson has not yet received the decision, although it will be made in the next few hours. The same source explains this he had already been warned twice, before the file was opened.
What is the process from now on? Once the file is opened, an instructor is appointed to make a sanction proposal, although the process can be a bit long because the spokesperson can make accusations (for ten days).
On the other hand, the JEC also rejected the accusations of the president of the Parliament, Laura Borràs, and maintained her position to leave her office after being sentenced to four and a half years in prison for corruption.