Delgado notes that the Government continues with "vocation to reach an agreement" to renew the CGPJ
In statements to the media in the Senate corridors, Delgado has described as "inadmissible" the messages that have been made public of a whatsapp conversation of the spokesman of the PP in the Senate, Ignacio Cosidó, because "they question and put into question judicial independence. "
However, after calling as a "smoke screen" Cosidó's accusation that she is not the appropriate interlocutor and that the government muddied the process after leaking the name of who was the candidate to preside over the CGPJ, Delgado has bet on "maintaining consensus" in the election of members.
"The smoke screens are launched after an absolutely inadmissible message because it questions and questions the judicial independence and the worth of the professionals, the judges," he added, to remember later that justice must be "for over any political dispute and over interference. "
Thus, Delgado concluded by noting that it is "very important to maintain consensus, establish standards and follow them". "Above all normality for institutions, it is the responsibility of the Government and so we will continue," he added.