Julio Ariza has expressed his indignation at the front page of one of the most widely read newspapers in Spain. The journalist dedicates a few words to the front page of the newspaper El País, which reads “Camps and Griñan, the future of two former regional presidents, marks the judicial agenda of 2023”.
According to Ariza, “Griñan is condemned, he only needs to go to jail and he doesn’t do it because he belongs to the PSOE. Camps has had 10 charges brought against him, 9 of which have already been dismissed. He has one left. He has not been convicted of any of them”, the journalist commented. Therefore, the latter is free from prison, as the Seville Court is still waiting for the forensic report that certifies the cancer of the former president of the Junta de Andalucía, and it is for this reason that he could not enter prison for the time being.
As Julio Ariza stresses, the slogan “justice delayed, justice denied” defines what is happening in Spain due to the fact that the delay in sentences on corruption cases is notable, and also refers to the ERES case or the AZUD case, which is causing “justice delayed, justice denied“. Justice is taking decades to deliver a ruling on corruption cases. And it seems that corruption in regional institutions will be on the judicial agenda in the new year 2023.