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The CGPJ has appointed until today 17 women judges in the Supreme

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The CGPJ has appointed until today 17 women judges in the Supreme

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El Consejo General del Poder Judicial (CGPJ) ha nombrado a día de hoy a 17 mujeres como magistradas the Tribunal Supremo, of which 15 of them they continue to exert its work on the high court. La última ha sido Concepción Ureste, It has been chosen as judge of the Chamber of.

The governing body of judges was created in 1978 con la Constitución, but it was not until 2002 when he appointed a judge to compose a Chamber of the Supreme Court. Se trata de Milagros Calvo, It is belonging to the Fourth Chamber, the same to that incorporate Ureste.

En la actualidad, de los 79 judges composing the four rooms of all jurisdictional orders (civil, penal, contentious-administrative and social), 15 they are women, that is, a 19 percent.

Specifically, the current General Council of the Judiciary, the chaired by Carlos Lemes, It is the most women has led to the Supreme in his five-year term. As it reported by the governing body of judges, Altogether they have been seven: Inés María Huerta, Maria Angeles Parra, María Luz García Paredes, Concepción Ureste, Ana Ferrer, Carmen Lamela and Susana Polo, These two recently incorporated into the Criminal Division last to that already stood Ferrer.

In the previous term, There were only three nominations, the Isabel Perelló, Lourdes Arastey and Clara Martinez de Careaga. And before these, there were seven: Milagros Calvo, Celsa Pico, Margarita Robles (Current Defense Minister), Roca Encarnación (Vice President of the Constitutional Court), Maria Luis Segoviano, Rosa Maria Pilar Virolés and Teso, the latter agreed during the two years that the Council was in office until its renewal.

The latest report on the Structure of the Judicial Race 1 January 2018 revela que the 53,2 percent of all active judges in Spain are women(2.858 women and 2.519 hombres).

 

 

 

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