The contentious-administrative Chamber of the Superior Court of Justice of the Balearic Islands has authorized the sanitary measures agreed by the Balearic Government after the lifting of the state of alarm at dawn from this Saturday to Sunday. Among them, it is to extend until May 23 the curfew from 23 to 6:00 hours or limitations to the meetings that take place both in public and private spaces, in addition to controls at airports and ports or capacity limits in the temples.
The resolution of the magistrates has had three individual votes in favor and two against, as the court has advanced. This Wednesday the Government met urgently after the pronouncement of this Court declaring “inadmissible” the request for an extension of the measures approved today, as it is a set of mere proposals and not measures already adopted.
The Prosecutor’s Office had previously opposed this approval, considering that the aforementioned restrictions lacked legal coverage once the state of alarm ends on May 9.