The Galician judiciary declared invalid the requirement to possess the green corridor to be able to access bars, restaurants and nightclubs in certain areas of the Spanish region, the last in the Iberian country where the measure is still in force. This was announced by the Galician Regional Court, the judicial seat responsible for the decision. With this ruling, the green corridor obligation remains excluded in all regions of Spain, after previous negative decisions of courts of other provinces such as Andalusia and Cantabria, where regional governments attempted to enforce the obligation.
In a statement, the Regional Court explained that it adopted this decision following procedural irregularities by the government of Galicia, which, according to the judges, had not properly submitted the July 22 order that introduced the mandatory green lane in high altitude areas. infection risk.
Court approval was a prerequisite because it is a measure that limits individual rights. Due to these found infractions, the mandatory green-traffic requirement in certain circumstances is thus considered “ineffective”.
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