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Covid passport: the Board recoils and asks for the endorsement of the TSJA after threatening Vox with going to court


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Right now there is no deadline for this new restriction to take effect. All depend on the Superior Court of Justice of Andalusia (TSJA)

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The local police of Marbella controlling the nightlife.
  • Coronavirus The tension between Vox and the PP continues to increase and already splashes the Ayuso Government for the Covid passport
  • Night leisure Andalusia imposes the Covid passport to access cocktail bars and discos

The Covid passport As a requirement to access the nightlife, you will have to wait in Andalusian. Although the Andalusian Government announced that this same Thursday the measure would be in force, this Tuesday it has backed down. Not in their intention that it is mandatory to show the European certificate or antigen test to enter cocktail bars and discos, but s in its immediacy.

In fact, right now there is no deadline for this new restriction to take effect. All depend on the Superior Court of Justice of Andalusia (TSJA), to which, after discarding it at first, the Junta de Andaluca is going to ask him to pronounce and endorse, or not, the measure.

Legal doubts were already on the table on Monday, when the Health Counselor has already dated the Covid passport at nightlife. In fact, only a few days before the Superior Court of Justice of the Canary Islands, as a precautionary measure, a similar initiative of the government of that community when it understood that it could violate fundamental rights.

Precisely, the counselor of the Presidency and spokesman for the Andalusian Government, they bendodo, justified this Tuesday that they go, now, to the Justice to obtain their support before the measure comes into force “to have greater legal certainty”. So that the Covid passport in nightlife will be mandatory from the moment the Andalusian High Court pronounces and in the assumption, of course, that it endorses it.

“It allows leisure entrepreneurs to save time”, Bendodo stressed about the delay time that will exist until the response of the Superior Court of Andalusia is produced.

The counselor of the Presidency appealed to “maximum legal security as with perimeter closures” of the municipalities with a cumulative incidence rate of 1,000 cases per 100,000 inhabitants and a population greater than 5,000 inhabitants, for which the ruling of the TSJA is claimed.

At the same time, he defended as an “important decision” the requirement of the European Covid passport to access nightlife establishments, explaining that the autonomous government “from the outset poses to the TSJA that validate the authorization to apply for the European Covid passport“, while he recalled that other European communities or countries require it to access the interior of any establishment.

“It will end up imposing”, Bendodo was convinced yesterday about the requirement of the Covid passport, a measure that justified by the need for “all of us with guarantees” inside the establishments, so he argued that “we do not have the problem of the United States” in reference to “awareness of vaccination”.

But the backward march of the Juanma Moreno It also occurs after Vox, its partner in the Andalusian Parliament, announced its intention to denounce the measure in court.

“We say it loud and clear; if the Government of the Junta de Andaluca does not rectify, Vox will go to court to end this new abuse of the rights of Andalusians,” said the parliamentarian and general secretary of the Vox group in the Andalusian Chamber , Francisco Ocaa.

For the representative of Vox, this imposition “is one more example that Juanma Moreno is increasingly close to the policies of the PSOE of Pedro Sanchez“.

“This decision represents a direct attack on the rights of Andalusians and it only serves to grant arbitrary powers to administrations“argued Ocaa in a press release.

“At Vox we are not going to allow more violations, discrimination or violations of the fundamental rights and freedoms of Andalusians,” said the parliamentarian, who also came out in defense of the hospitality and nightlife sector. “We are not going to allow Juanma Moreno to end up sinking them. These are two sectors that in recent months have already suffered the dire restrictions“, He said.

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