Calvet ve una "aberración jurídica" que se avale el tercer grado pero se suspenda

El conseller de Territorio y Sostenibilidad de la Generalitat, Damià Calvet, ha considerado este miércoles una "aberración jurídica" que el Juzgado de Vigilancia Penitenciaria 5 avale el tercer grado a líderes independentistas condenados por el 1-O pero mantenga la suspensión de la medida a la espera que el Tribunal Supremo resuelva los recursos de apelación presentados.
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