The Faculty of Social Sciences of the University of Castilla-La Mancha (UCLM) on the Cuenca Campus today hosted a conference on the Organic Law of Amnesty for Institutional, Political and Social Normalization in Catalonia, a bill that returned to the Justice Committee after failing to pass the parliamentary measure in Congress on January 30.
The law on amnesty for people involved in the “process” in Catalonia was the subject of analysis at a conference held at the Faculty of Social Sciences of the University of Castilla-La Mancha (UCLM) on the Cuenca campus. This initiative, directed by professors María del Sagrario Navarro Lleida and María del Pilar Mulero Martín Salas, was proposed with the aim of addressing the legal keys of the law and discussing its possible effects. For this reason, we partnered with Francisco Javier Díaz Riverio and Nicolas García Rivas, professors of constitutional and criminal law at UCLM, respectively, and lawyer Cortes Aragón and José Tudela, professor of constitutional law at the University of Zaragoza. Aranda.
According to its promoters, “the aim of the conference is nothing other than to analyze the various legal aspects of this complex subject, its foundations and its implications in different areas of law.”
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