After six months in force, the second state of alarm will subside on May 9. From then on, the central government, in favor of ending this exceptional measure; and the autonomous communities, many of them fearful in the face of the uncertainty of the new scenario, are left without the legal umbrella that has protected mobility limitations and other fundamental rights, measures with which they have tried to flatten the contagion curve without having to request the endorsement of the judges. With this instrument, the regional presidents have been in command in their territories to quickly apply the measures that the evolution of the pandemic has required.
OPINION | Without scaremongering, but on May 9, without a state of alarm, what? By Garbiñe Biurrun