Stc 2352007

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After presenting the contradiction existing in the constitutional jurisprudence that, on the one hand, admits historical revisionism with the limit of respect for dignity and, on the other hand, recognizes ideological freedom with the maximum amplitude, STC 235/2007 is analyzed, which has declared unconstitutional the crime of genocide denial and, on the other hand, has considered constitutional the criminalization of the justification of genocide. This ruling has partially clarified the situation of historical revisionism and, in general, of the dissemination of ideas contrary to the Constitution, but the contradiction still exists; nevertheless, it has contributed elements such as the distinction between ideas and activities and the broadening of the scope of freedom of expression due to its connection with ideological freedom that allow us to defend an interpretation of the constitutional jurisprudence that c…

After raising the contradiction existing in the constitutional jurisprudence that, on the one hand, admits historical revisionism with the limit of respect for dignity and, on the other hand, recognizes ideological freedom with the maximum amplitude, STC 235/2007 is analyzed, which has declared unconstitutional the crime of genocide denial and, on the other hand, has considered constitutional the criminalization of the justification of genocide. This ruling has partially clarified the situation of historical revisionism and, in general, of the dissemination of ideas contrary to the Constitution, but the contradiction still exists; Nevertheless, it has contributed elements such as the distinction between ideas and activities and the broadening of the scope of freedom of expression due to its connection with ideological freedom, which make it possible to defend an interpretation of constitutional jurisprudence that considers expressions contrary to the Constitution to be protected by freedom of expression and ideological freedom, because the dignity and rights of others are only harmed by offensive statements or violent or discriminatory activities or behavior and not by the simple expression of ideas.

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f) By order dated February 24, 2000, the Chamber rejected the motion for abstention filed by SOS Racisme, which then filed a motion for recusal on the same grounds. By means of another order of the same date, the Court answered in relation to what was requested by the Israeli Community of Barcelona that the lifting of the suspension of the proceedings was the obligatory consequence of the ATC 24/2000, which was attached to the case. Finally, by Order of March 6, 2000, the motion for nullity of the proceedings was rejected and, by an order dated March 7, 2000, the Court, on the other hand, upheld the challenge, agreeing to the change of Rapporteur, ordering the suspension of the oral hearing and processing the challenge in a separate piece, which was rejected by Order of the Seventh Section of the Provincial Court of Barcelona on June 19, 2000.

3.  In the aforementioned Order, which is similar in content to the one issued on June 9, 1999 on the occasion of its previous attempt to raise an identical question of unconstitutionality before this Court, the proposing judicial body first makes the pertinent judgment on the applicability of art. 607. 2 CC to the prosecuted facts, at the same time placing said precept in its systematic context in relation to other related criminal precepts (in particular, with arts. 510, 515.5, 519 and 615 CC), going on to develop the judgment of relevance of its doubt of constitutionality mainly in the grounds of Law 4 and 5 of the Order of reference.

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La sentencia del Tribunal Superior de Justicia de Santa Cruz confirma la sentencia del Juzgado de lo Penal nº 2 bis de Santa Cruz de Tenerife, de 10 de octubre de 2013 que condenaba al autor de un poema xenófobo por un delito de incitación al odio según el artículo 510 del Código Penal. El autor había incitado a la población canaria a través de un poema xenófobo a atacar y expulsar a los inmigrantes de Canarias. El poema titulado «Decimas», fechado el 12/02/2008, había sido enviado para su publicación en un diario llamado «EL DÍA» con el fin de ser seleccionado para su publicación.

Se refería a la libertad de expresión amparada en el Art. 20.1 de la Constitución Española así como a las Sentencias Constitucionales STC 235/2007 y STC 214/1991 que declaran que la libertad de expresión no puede amparar declaraciones o expresiones destinadas a generar sentimientos hostiles contra determinados grupos étnicos.

Sí establece un criterio jurisprudencial en línea con una jurisprudencia actual que considera que el artículo 510 -Provocación al odio- del Código Penal español no exige la prueba de la existencia de una incitación directa para concluir que se ha cometido un delito.

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