The state attorney general, Álvaro Ortiz, will propose the appointment of his predecessor, Dolores Delgado, as prosecutor of the Robed Chamber of the Supreme Court, the military chamber, the institution reported in a statement. Delgado was one of the twenty candidates for the position and she opted for it after having left the position of state attorney general last July for health reasons. Her current destination is the Audiencia Nacional, where she spent the last 25 years before being appointed attorney general. This appointment implies her promotion to the highest category of the prosecutor’s career.
The head of the Anti-Corruption Prosecutor’s Office was another of the most important positions at stake and Ortiz has opted for the continuity of the conservative Alejandro Luzón. The lieutenant prosecutor, Belén Suárez, her ‘number two’ and also a conservative, also opted for this position. Suárez also appeared before the prosecutor of the Military Chamber of the Supreme Court.
The one who will not continue as deputy prosecutor of the National High Court despite the fact that he was opting for re-election is the conservative Miguel Ángel Carballo. García will propose for the position of ‘number two’ of the Prosecutor’s Office of the specialized court Marta Duringz Gil, who left the Pontevedra Labor Accident Prosecutor’s Office to join the General Technical Secretariat that the current attorney general directed during Delgado’s mandate.