- Human Right to Peace
- Transitional Justice
- Eradication of torture and of ill-treatment
- Migrant workers and their families
- Spanish Practice – Human Rights
- Other lines of work
The witnesses who had testified in court were considered as partial because they had previously testified before the prosecutor (art. 14.1 PIDCP). Inadmissible for abuse in the procedure.
The fact that the High Court declared the appeal inadmissible undermines the right to equal treatment before the court (art. 14.1 of the PIDCP), is discriminatory and arbitrary (art. 26 of the PIDCP). Inadmissible for manifest lack of sufficient grounds.
Violation of article 25 of the PIDCP because he cannot vote or be chosen King of Spain. Inadmissible ratione materiae.
The condemnatory decision and the sentence imposed were not reviewed by a higher court, as requested by article 14.5 of the PIDCP. Inadmissible for not having sufficient grounds.
Right to be presumed innocent until proven guilty, right to be judged by an impartial tribunal and right to have the decision and the sentence submitted to a higher court after a criminal charge for a crime against public health (art. 14 of the PIDCP). Inadmissible for not having sufficient grounds.
Reach of the review in appeal by the Spanish courts in a criminal affair (art. 14.5 of the PIDCP). Inadmissible for lack of sufficient grounds.