The Galician mother to which the head of the Court of First Instance number 7 of Marbella agreed to give custody to the father taking into account aspects such as the fact that the woman lives in the “Deep Galicia” has submitted a complaint to the General Council of the Judiciary (CGPJ). It will also request its disqualification and request the nullity of the proceedings.
“We are looking for an impartial judge”, has assured Europa Press the lawyer of the mother, Claudia Traba, who has described the content of the ruling as “discriminatory”, but has also criticized the “disqualifying” that, according to her, are collected from her client.
In the car, the Marbella judge maintains that the woman transferred their son from the city of Malaga to a parish in Muros (A Coruña) “unilaterally”. He also alleges that the father, of Canarian origin, can give him “greater stability at all levels” and that Marbella is a “cosmopolitan” city which offers “multiple possibilities for the proper development of a child’s personality and for him to grow up in a happy environment.”
“What does not happen with the very small population in the deep Galicia, to which the mother has moved”. It also states that in this place of residence the woman has no “job options”, although he questions her interest in looking for a job, while defining her as “capricious, selfish, immature, aggressive and disrespectful” in front of a father whose work stands out as “well paid” and whom he describes as a “mature person” and father “delivered”.
The mother asks for an “impartial” judge
As recorded in the car, in the summer of 2021 the disagreements began between the couple“as well as her threats to leave with their young son to Galicia, which is clearly apparent from the WhatsApp messages provided by both parties.”
However, the mother’s lawyer denounces that there is evidence provided by this party that has not been practiced or that has not been taken into account. “The judge omits all the entire WhatsApp”, the lawyer has assured.
From the mother, explain that He decided to move to Galicia because he did not have a job in Marbella and because he had no income whatsoever. In addition, it has affected that the woman allowed communications with the father by video call and made a home available to him so that he could see the son on the weekend.
Therefore, in addition to the complaint filed with the General Council of the Judiciary (CGPJ), it advances that they will request the nullity of the proceedings for “violation of the right to effective judicial protection.” Too will request the challenge of the judge to have an “impartial” judge.
Reactions to the controversial sentence
The allusions of the judge about the place of residence of the mother in Galicia and the comparisons that she makes between the place where the mother and the father live have raised criticism from different sectors. The mother’s own lawyer has questioned the writ’s comments in this regard.
The same has done the National spokesperson for the BNG, Ana Pontón, who has criticized the “prejudices” behind these comments and has asked the Xunta to intervene. “Like millions of Galicians and Galicians, I acquired the best values and principles here, in that ‘deep Galicia’ that one or some denosed from prejudice, pride and ignorance, ‘says the provincial secretary of the Coruña socialists, Valentín González Formoso.
“It is inadmissible for a sentence to include a term so full of prejudices and negative connotations,” asserts, in turn, the general secretary of the PSdeG, Gonzalo Caballero. For his part, the general secretary of We can Galicia, Antón Gómez-Reino, branded that of Justice as “profound ignorance”, in reference to the car.
In another statement, signed by the Galician Association against or Mistreatment of Minors, the Labrego Galego Union, and the College of Social Educators, in addition to feminist groups and other organizations, they ask the Galician public bodies for institutional statements and actions so that they purge ” responsibilities “.
“To establish judicially that the children of Galician rural areas do not have guaranteed basic needs, means creating a situation of vulnerability,” they denounce. Along the same lines, the agrarian organizations UPA and Fademur condemn the contents of the order, which they describe as “partial, unconstitutional and absurd”. “It shows a deep ignorance and contempt for the rural environment”, he maintains.