Air Traffic Controllers are still undeclared


Spanish air traffic controllers called to testify by the prosecution in Madrid after the controversial and commented air chaos that last week in Spain are still refusing to attend the event.

Today six of them remained silent about the prosecutor, after 12 colleagues did the same on Thursday.

The air controllers say they were subject to military jurisdiction and not to the ordinary, after the Spanish government decreed on Saturday of last week the alarm state in the country, leaving them “mobilized” under the military authority.

But the prosecution argues that the ordinary jurisdiction is the competent because the facts were happening before that decree.

There has been called to testify 26 drivers for missing work on Friday and Saturday last week. Citation is maintained for Monday for the eight other drivers.

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