TSJC gives Generalatit 48 hours to provide valid argument to why nightlife should remain closed

TSJC gives Generalatit 48 hours to provide valid argument to why nightlife should remain closed. image: wikimedia

THE TSJC has given the Generalatit 48 hours to provide them with a valid argument as to why nightlife venues should remain closed

The Generalitat will have to give a valid argument to the TSJC within 48 hours, of their reasons for justifying restricting the hours of restoration and closing the interior of nightlife venues, as the result of an appeal from the nightlife employer, FECASARM, against the latest decree that stipulates it, with representatives of the sector having expressed its discomfort over the decisions of the Generalitat that have affected its activity in recent months.

The TSJC has decided this Thursday, August 27, to reject the very precautionary measures requested by the employers association, that is, it has refused to force an urgent reopening of nightlife without first hearing the version of the Generalitat, and will pronounce its decision once it has heard the reasons from both parties.

In its decision, the Chamber reportedly said that it still does not have sufficient elements of knowledge to be able to many any decison, and that is why the Government has to listen.

“It is difficult, with the means, allegations, and reasoning that are expressed in the current appeal, to suspend or even adopt a positive precautionary measure without previously transferring the colitigants, and to be able to know the necessity and proportionality of the measures adopted”, argued the TSJC.

As a result, the court, “grants a brief period of allegations to the public administration defendant, because the Court can rule on the precautionary measure of ordinary suspension”, as reported by cadenaser.com.

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Chris King

Originally from Wales, Chris spent years on the Costa del Sol before moving to the Algarve where he is a web reporter for The Euro Weekly News covering international and Spanish national news. Got a news story you want to share? Then get in touch at [email protected]

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