The European Public Prosecutor's Office has decided to submit to the Community Executive, guardian of the EU treaties, the refusal of the Spanish Attorney General, Dolores Delgado, to deliver the case of the contract with the Community of Madrid from which Isabel Díaz Ayuso's brother benefited . Thus, the European Commissioner for Justice, Didier Reynders, has received a letter from the European Attorney General, Laura Codruţa Kövesi, about this issue. "We will respond in due time," sources from the Community Executive explain to elDiario.es.
The European Public Prosecutor's Office charges Dolores Delgado and will continue to investigate Ayuso's brother's contract
The European Public Prosecutor's Office issued a statement on Wednesday in which it charged harshly against the decision of the Spanish Public Ministry to leave the investigation in Madrid about the mask contract for which the brother of Isabel Díaz Ayuso charged a commission. The institution reproaches Dolores Delgado for having made the decision being "partial" by being in charge of the Prosecutor's Office, without listening to the parties, and even goes so far as to accuse the Spanish body of challenging the supremacy of the European Union regulations by above the national
The decision has not pleased the community body, which had even proposed leaving the case in the hands of the Court of Justice of the European Union in Luxembourg to make a final decision. On this statementthe agency expresses its "concern", pointing out that the State Attorney General is "partial" in the procedure as she is the leader of the Prosecutor's Office and that, in addition, the decision has been made "without listening to the two parties to the conflict of jurisdiction during the meeting of courtroom prosecutors”.
In addition, criticizes this body, the Spanish regulations that regulate this procedure "does not promote any remedy" to this situation. The most serious accusation comes at the end of the statement: “This prevents the European Court of Justice from making use of its exclusive mandate to ensure the correct interpretation of the Law of the European Union, and constitutes a challenge to the supremacy of the Law of the European Union. European Union".
The European Commission, for its part, recalls that the European Public Prosecutor's Office (EPPO) is "a totally independent body".
Although it avoids ruling on the details of any specific case, "which must be resolved on the basis of the rules established in the regulation of the European Public Prosecutor's Office", Brussels understands that "it would ultimately be up to the Court of Justice of the EU to decide, and it must There should be a mechanism that allows preliminary questions to reach the Tribunal.”
Brussels also insists that the European Commission "is fully committed to ensuring that all Member States participating in the European Public Prosecutor's Office [como es el caso de España] comply with their obligations under the regulations of the organization and the Treaties”.
The Commission also states that it is “closely monitoring the situation in all the Member States”.