The president of the Basque PP, Alfonso Alonso, has affirmed that the ruling of the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR), which guarantees that Spain does not commute the sentences carried out in France to prisoners of ETA, is "a message for those who put permanently in challenge to the Spanish Courts ". "Justice in Spain works well, is a guarantor, defends human rights and applies the law correctly," he assured.
Speaking to journalists in Gernika (Bizkaia), Alonso said that it is always "satisfactory" that other courts, in this case the one in Strasbourg, "support the action of the Spanish courts" and determine, as in this case, "that Justice in Spain agreed according to Law, was respectful of Human Rights, with the acquis that defends "the ECHR.
"What comes to say clearly the sentence is that they did well not to discount the penalties that had been imposed in France, which acted well," he said.
THE COUNTRY WITH LESS CONDEMNS
The leader of the popular Basques has pointed out that "it is proven that they acted well in Spanish courts." In addition, he stressed that Spain "is one of the countries with fewer sentences in the Court of Strasbourg, less unfavorable sentences."
"I do not want to point out the number of unfavorable sentences that other European countries accumulate, but they multiply the ones that Spain has, therefore, Spain is one of the countries that, although it has had unfavorable sentences, credits that it has a better functioning", he pointed out. .
In his opinion, this is "a message for those who permanently doubt and question the functioning of Justice in Spain." "Justice in Spain works well, is a guarantor, defends human rights and applies the law correctly," he stressed.