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The curfew was unconstitutional, and the fines for it are compensated by the Spaniards

On Saturday, Sabniol newspaper reported the decision of the ministerial working group that had been set up in the case.

According to the Ministry of the Interior, more than 1.14 million sentences were imposed on offenders between March 15 and June 21, 2020, with a total value of around 115 million euros (41.9 billion HUF).

Valencia street scene in the time of Covid. Depositphozos photos

Fines are paid due to

In July, the Constitutional Court declared the strict bribery clause unconstitutional, which was among the first provisions of the state of emergency imposed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

During the said period, it was only possible to leave the house in certain situations, such as work, healthcare or food purchase, and only those stores whose activities were classified as essential.

The Constitutional Court is also examining the legality of the second state of emergency, which ran from October 25, 2020 to June 9 this year and included somewhat milder restrictions than the first, such as nighttime curfews or travel restrictions.

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