The Supreme Court has decided to provisionally suspend the prohibition that prevented people with intraocular lenses from presenting themselves to an opposition to enter the National Police. The contentious-administrative judges have accepted the request for urgent measures from some thirty opponents since preventing them from appearing would mean “a loss in terms of time, energy and even psychic motivation” for the applicants who have been preparing for years.
Interior prevents women with endometriosis from accessing the National Police
The causes of exclusion to be able to apply for access to the Basic Scale of the National Police were published in a Royal Decree in May of this year. As revealed the CIVIO portal, the General Directorate of the Police introduced two limitations for the first time: women with endometriosis could not appear and neither would applicants who used intraocular lenses to alleviate myopia.
The allusion to endometriosis was later qualified internally in the Police. The Personnel Division, as revealed by elDiario.es, established that this incapacitation would only come after an “individualized report” of each case.
Some thirty aspiring police officers took the case of intraocular lenses to the Supreme Court and the judges have agreed with them. The prohibition was applied to the convocation of last August and the contentious-administrative chamber obliges to accept these opponents in a precautionary manner, understanding that, if they do not do so, the damage will be irreparable. “The periculum in mora It is, well, of course, “says the car.
The magistrates understand that the appellants have a “legitimate interest” in their claim and reason that if they do not grant the precautionary “the eventual estimate of the latter would not prevent the appellants from having lost at least the opportunity to participate in a free opposition to enter the the National Police. And the loss of this opportunity would undoubtedly entail a loss in terms of time, energy and even psychic motivation. ”
The judges’ decision is taken against the criteria of the State Bar, which among other things argued that allowing applicants with intraocular lenses was against the general interest. The Supreme Court reproaches the representation of the State for making this allegation when it is the first time that they try to prohibit these opponents from appearing in the process.
The Lawyers, according to the Supreme Court, “does not provide any argument about how the general interest would have suffered during all the time that applicants to join the National Police were not prevented from doing so because they had intraocular lenses.”