The court of the ‘Osasuna case’ dismisses the claims

first_img“It is true that there has been some precipitation and haste in the communication of the composition of the room that was going to prosecute these facts, and that the providence of January 15 presents improvable aspects, but it is also true that the designation of the illustrious magistrate who accompanying me in the formation of this room has been followed in accordance with that strictly provided in the organic law of the judiciary, “said the president of the court. In addition, he said that the two magistrates who have been replaced are on medical leave and “have been waiting to see if it was possible that at least one of them could be part of the room, but it has not been possible.” “The haste has been due to the enormous amount of witnesses and experts that had to be cited, it has been tried precisely not to postpone the trial, also strictly following the provisions of the organic law of the judiciary,” he said, to point to the lawyers who “we have not been told how the composition of the room could cause them helplessness”. The court of ‘Osasuna case’ has dismissed the claim raised by the lawyer of former president of Osasuna Miguel Archanco in relation to the change of two judges that make up the Second Section of the Court of Navarre, responsible for prosecuting the case. To this petition of the lawyer, raised in the questions prior to the start of the trial, several defenses have been added. Specifically, the defense of Archancho has raised that the change of two judges, communicated last Friday, violated the right to the “natural judge.”last_img read more

Trump changes his mind says Huawei can buy some US tech

first_imgQ:Are you taking #Huawei off entity list?@POTUS:“No,not at all. No,no…,but we are going to be supplying equipment from our companies…”Does this mean continuation of current policy? Huawei on Entity List but allow U.S. export of very specific non-critical components?— Marco Rubio (@marcorubio) June 29, 2019 Well that didn’t take long. President Donald Trump announced Saturday that Chinese manufacturer Huawei will be able to once again purchase goods from U.S. technology companies. This is a sharp reversal from his stance in May 2019, when Reuters reported that the U.S. Commerce Department said the company would first need U.S. approval to purchase goods from American manufacturers. According to The Washington Post, Trump made the announcement following a meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping.“We had a very, very good meeting with China, I would say probably even better than expected,” the Post quotes Trump as saying. It was not immediately clear what, specifically, Trump had in fact agreed to. Notably, the U.S. Commerce Department action now in question was the placement of Huawei on what is called the “entity list.” Being on this list subjects the company to purchasing restrictions. Trump did not immediately specify whether or not the company would be removed from the list — a fact that frustrated at least one member of his own party. “If President Trump has in fact bargained away the recent restrictions on #Huawei, then we will have to get those restrictions put back in place through legislation,” tweeted Florida Senator Marco Rubio. “And it will pass with a large veto proof majority.” Senator Chuck Schumer added his own thoughts on the apparent turnaround. “Huawei is one of few potent levers we have to make China play fair on trade,” tweeted the New York Senator. “If President @realDonaldTrump backs off, as it appears he is doing, it will dramatically undercut our ability to change China’s unfair trades practices.”It was just in June that Huawei was forced to cancel the launch of its new laptop due to the purchasing restrictions placed upon it by the U.S. government. The company needed parts from Intel and Qualcomm, however its ability to buy them was put in jeopardy by being on the aforementioned entity list. Trump, after having met with Xi Jinping at the G-20 summit, apparently came around to the Chinese president’s view on the matter. Making deals.Image: BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI / getty By Jack Morse2019-06-29 17:20:54 UTCcenter_img A follow up tweet from the Senator only muddied the matter further, as he quotes the President as saying that Huawei will remain on the entity list but that “we are going to be supplying equipment from our companies.” If President Trump has in fact bargained away the recent restrictions on #Huawei, then we will have to get those restrictions put back in place through legislation.And it will pass with a large veto proof majority.— Marco Rubio (@marcorubio) June 29, 2019last_img read more