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Those who were holders of the Ministry of Justice in recent decades do not see an immediate solution to the blockade of the Judiciary in Spain. Four ex-ministers, Francisco Caamaño, Alberto Ruiz-Gallardón, Rafael Catalá and Juan Carlos Campo, drew a somewhat optimistic picture yesterday, during their attendance at the conference held in Huesca by the Bar Associations.

The colloquium table in which they participated discussed the role of these professionals as cooperators of the judicial administrationbut it was inevitable that the moderator, the president of the General Council of Attorneys of Spain, Juan Carlos Estévez, asked them about the serious institutional crisis that the Judiciary is going through, especially after the harsh speech of its highest representative, Carlos Lesmes, and the órdago launched at Sánchez and Feijóo threatening to resign if there is no renewal in the CGPJ, already on his way to his fourth year of interim.

Ruiz-Gallardón signed Lesmes’s speech. “We’ve all done something wrong” acknowledged the former PP minister, in favor of ending the quota system. The requirement of a qualified majority, he explained, “does not mean that 8 are for you and 12 for me, but that each one of the 20 belongs to everyone”. Regarding the professional associations of judges, he questioned that 45% of the career (it is the affiliation index) has 85% of the positions, since most are elected through these groups.

The former minister between 2011 and 2014 is “optimistic” and thinks that “In a reasonably short period of time, before the end of the legislature, there may be an agreement”, but did not hide that it may be because “I want it so much that I confuse my wishes with reality”. In any case, he added, “it is what Spain needs.”

Caamaño, holder of the portfolio with José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero, was more daring and went so far as to say that “the best General Council of the Judiciary (CGPJ) is the one that does not exist, because it is not essential in the judicial system”. Spain copied the model from Italy, but in other countries, such as Germany and Canada, it does not exist.

For his part, Rafael Catalá, incumbent with Mariano Rajoy, told the anecdote that on the electoral night of November 10, 2019, despite the heavy defeat, he told Pablo Casado that the only good news was that only PP and PSOE could form a majority of 3/5, and therefore there would be an opportunity for agreements. “It hasn’t happened, I was naive,” she said.

“I’m sorry, but I am not optimistic that there will be an agreement to renew the Council. I see great difficulties because in this legislature there has been no great state pact,” said Catalá, for whom the near future looks “bad.” “If I detect something, it is tension and there are electoral campaigns on the horizon.” He described the atmosphere and the situation of “wreckers”.

The one who has most recently held the portfolio, in a Pedro Sánchez cabinet, and was also a member of the CGPJ, is Juan Carlos Campo. He is in favor of this constitutional body, but “the management has not been good.” In General, he said, “we are experiencing a devaluation of State institutions and we all contribute to that wear and tear.” “The mandate of the Council is for 5 years and there has to be renewal, because it is healthy for the model“, he said. But he criticized those who declare themselves in rebellion, “because the laws must be followed.” In Campo’s opinion, the problem is not the form of appointment but the management that has been done.

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