Vox Ceuta has brought to the Congress of Deputies the difficult situation that the attorneys and attorneys of Ceuta are going through before the State of Alarm and has asked the Executive of Sánchez if he is going to articulate economic support measures for practicing lawyers and / or for the professional college of the autonomous city, as well as for the attorneys and their professional college. Through the national deputy of Vox for Ceuta, Teresa López, the Executive is asked if it is going to adopt any solution for lawyers and collegiate attorneys in the city subject to alternative regimes that support the payment of mutual funds and college fees. Likewise, he wondered if the exemption, suspension or postponement of payment could be established in any way.
Vox recalls that, although the collateral damage from the coronavirus is being suffered by all sectors of society, lawyers do not have access to the aid put in place to alleviate the crisis. "The legal profession is denouncing that its sector is in a situation of complete helplessness," says the party in this question registered by López, along with other deputies such as Javier Ortega-Smith. A situation shared by the attorneys.
The training emphasizes that, although today a lawyer can be allowed to carry out their work, “the reality is that the law firms are currently closed as they cannot meet with clients and there are no trials taking place either. " "However, despite the paralysis of the judicial activity, the expenses of the lawyers and the schools are still notable", highlights Vox to add: "The group of the Legal Profession in Ceuta denounces that the union has to continue paying these compulsory expenses for the exercise of their profession, without actually being able to exercise. All this without receiving more help than the moratorium on aid to the self-employed, and this only for the sector that is listed in such a regime, because the Government has forgotten those who, according to current regulations, are listed in the corresponding alternative regimes. ” This situation, warns Vox, "implies an inequality in absolute terms."