Friday, August 28, 2015

Military justice and the Guardia Civil

El Confidencial reports that the Unified Association of the Civil Guard is objecting to the fact that a member of the Guardia Civil is being charged with a military offense for "a discussion" with a superior officer. The Association points out that such a matter would be dealt with as a mere administrative violation for any other civil servant. Moreover, it contends that military justice may by law only be applied to the Guardia Civil in time of war, during a state of siege, in the course of military operations, or when Guardia personnel are integrated into the armed forces.

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