SANTA CRUZ DE TENERIFE, Nov 30 (EUROPA PRESS) –
The Superior Prosecutor of the Canary Islands, Luis del Río, highlighted this Tuesday the “significance and relevance” of the court ruling on Judge Salvador Alba, something that “can be inferred from reading the proven facts.”
In an intervention in parliamentary commission to present the annual report of the Prosecutor’s Office, he has also valued that the sentence has assumed almost all its theses both before the TSJC and the Supreme Court itself.
The Criminal Chamber of the Supreme Court confirmed last week the sentence of six and a half years in prison and 18 years of disqualification of Judge Salvador Alba for conspiring against Judge Victorial Rosell when she was a deputy of United We Can.
The Supreme Court has ratified the decision of the Canary Islands court, which in 2019 sentenced Alba for crimes of judicial prevarication in competition with bribery – for which he was sentenced to three years in prison – and falsehood in a public document – for which He was sentenced to three and a half years in prison.
He has also kept the penalty of 18 years of special disqualification for the public position of judge or magistrate, as well as the payment of 60,000 euros to Rosell in respect of moral damages.