Prix René Cassin; Auto de Varela de apertura de juicio contra Garzón; Intervenciones de parte de la Fiscalía

photo AFP/Olivier Laban Mattei --juge baltasar garzon a sciences-po à Paris

Photo AFP/Olivier Laban-Matteile -- juge espagnol baltasar garzon à sciences-po à Paris

El Observador Incisivo

Documentos y reportajes de especial interés con respecto al fondo jurídico del Caso Garzón incluyen los siguientes:

AFP, “Le juge Garzon à Paris: ‘la justice s’imposera,”” L’Express, le 17 mai 2010

Auto de Varela de Apertura de Juicio en el Caso Garzón, 11 de mayo de 2010

Texto de la intervención de la Fiscalía en el caso Garzón, 10 de mayo de 2010

Julio M. Lázaro, “La Fiscalía del Supremo pide la absolución de Garzón tras la apertura de juicio,” El País, 17 de mayo de 2010.

“Le juge Garzon réveille les plaies de l’Espagne,” (Edito), Le Monde, le 15 mai 2010

Véase el Manifiesto de apoyo al juez Garzón, con su análisis jurídico y otros links a artículos de interés, en el sitio siguiente:

Manifiesto de Apoyo al Juez Garzón

Los artículos y comentarios ya publicados por El Observador Incisvo (The Trenchant Observer) se listan a continuación:

Más reportajes y comentarios sobre el fondo jurídico del ‘Caso Garzón’
2 de mayo de 2010

Sobre el fondo jurídico del caso de prevaricación contra Baltasar Garzón
16 de abril de 2010

Se acusan a los acusadores de Garzón; el caso Garzón es una mancha en el Poder Judicial de España
14 de abril de 2010

Garzon’s Accusers are Accused: Abuse of Judicial Power in Garzón Case is Stain on Spanish Judiciary
April 13, 2010

Reportajes y Comentarios Sobre el Caso de Baltasar Garzón
12 de abril de 2010

In Spain, Judge Baltasar Garzón, Champion of Human Rights, is Prosecuted
April 11, 2010

En España, Enjuician al Juez Baltasar Garzón, Campeón de los Derechos Humanos
10 de abril de 2010

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