The Attorney General of the State, María José Segarra, has proposed 16 appointments in the plenary session of the Fiscal Council that was held this afternoon in the Palace of Justice of Cuenca, of which nine are women and among whom is his successor to the front of the Prosecutor's Office of Seville.
As reported in a press release by the State Attorney General, Luis Fernández Arévalo happens to succeed Segarra at the head of the Sevillian prosecutor, while Pedro Crespo Barquero has been proposed to continue performing functions as prosecutor of the Supreme Court room (TS) .
The plenary has postponed the provision of the headquarters of the Provincial Prosecutor's Office of Madrid, which will be studied at the session tomorrow, Wednesday 10 October.
On the other hand, Javier Francisco Moltó Delgado has been proposed for the Anti-Drug Attorney General's Office, and Teresa Peramato Marín as a prosecutor before the Constitutional Court.
Segarra has proposed for its continuity in the position of chief prosecutors to Rosa María Álvarez García, in Gijón; to María José Parrado Benito, in Alcalá de Henares; Teresa Gisbert Jordá, in Valencia, and María Idoia Zuriarraín Fernández, in Guipúzcoa.
In turn, Esther Fernández has been proposed again at the head of the Superior Prosecutor's Office of Asturias, and Javier Luis Rey Ozores in the one of A Coruña.
In Castilla-La Mancha, Antonio Jesús Huélamos Buendía has been proposed as chief prosecutor of Toledo and Juan Francisco Ríos Pintado as head of the Albacete prosecutor's office.
In Sabadell, the appointment of chief prosecutor has relapsed again in Neus Pujal Sánchez, as in Terrassa, where the appointment proposal is for Remei Soriano Campos.
Vigo also repeats Susana García-Barquero Borel, and in Jerez de la Frontera does Francisco García Cantero.