As he has been doing in the meetings he has held in recent weeks with other professional groups and the competent administrations, Campo has appealed to consensus and unity of action in Justice as the only way to guarantee the provision of public service. An example of joint work is, for example, the one that has allowed to maintain the salaries and licenses for temporary disability to the officials of Justice during the state of alarm, he pointed out.
During the meeting that he had with Manuel Almenar, president of the Professional Association of the Magistracy; Concepción Rodríguez, president of the Independent Judicial Forum; Ignacio González, spokesman for Judges and Judges for Democracy, and Jorge Fernández, spokesman for the Francisco de Vitoria Judicial Association, Campo has asked them to submit their proposals to the procedural reactivation plan to be approved by the Government when the health authorities authorize de-escalation. of containment measures. In addition, he has invited them to join the "collective project involving # Justicia2030" to advance concrete measures that allow the transformation of the public service in the short, medium and long term.
At the meeting, the resolution signed this Monday by the Minister of Justice following the Royal Decree 487/2020, of April 10, extension of the state of alarm, which maintains the essential services set on March 14 and reactivates the electronic filing of briefs. The minister explained to them that, in addition, work is being done to strengthen the Civil Registry whose services are now being especially demanded.
Campo will meet next week with the associations of prosecutors and lawyers of the Administration of Justice within the round of contacts that he has been maintaining with legal operators since the state of alarm was declared.