PP files complaint against State AG for “prevarication” in promoting Dolores Delgado

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The Popular Party is planning to file a complaint against the State Attorney General, Álvaro García Ortiz, for alleged administrative prevarication. This complaint will be made before the Criminal Chamber of the Supreme Court (TS) in the coming days. The party claims that García Ortiz promoted his predecessor to prosecutor of the Criminal Chamber in order to “pay a debt of gratitude” and encourage her to join the race in the highest category of the Public Prosecutor’s Office.

The Supreme Court had annulled the promotion of García Ortiz’s predecessor, Dolores Delgado, last November. The court found that there was a “diversion of power” on the part of her successor. The Popular Party argues that García Ortiz had a “decisive nature” in this appointment and that he knew he did not have legal support when he proposed Delgado for the position.

The party alleges that the prosecutor’s proposal was “arbitrary” and was made contrary to the opinion of the majority of the Fiscal Council. They claim that it was based on García Ortiz’s personal obstinacy and lacked argumentative effort or regulatory support.

The Popular Party’s complaint will be based on these allegations and will be presented to the Criminal Chamber of the Supreme Court. The party’s sources have confirmed this information to Europa Press and it has been reported by ABC.

The appointment of Dolores Delgado to the highest category of the Public Prosecutor’s Office has been a subject of controversy. The Popular Party’s decision to file a complaint against the State Attorney General is a significant development in this ongoing issue. It remains to be seen how the Supreme Court will respond to the complaint and what implications it will have for the future of the Public Prosecutor’s Office.

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