translated from Spanish: On suspense is the law that raises sanctions to those who fail quarantine: TC will analyze this Friday oppositional requirement

In waiting was the enactment of the law that increases sanctions against those who fail to comply with health standards amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
This, because the Constitutional Court quoted an extraordinary session tomorrow at 12:30 a.m. to discuss the constitutionality reserve promoted by Socialist Party deputies.
With this, we must wait for the entity’s pronouncement so that the President of the Republic can enact the rule dispatched yesterday by Congress.
It is precisely on Thursday that Piñera referred to the law that increases sanctions against those who fail to comply with health provisions. In a speech from the Palacio de La Moneda, the Mandate noted that the rule seeks to «harden penalties for those who do not comply with sanitary measures or quarantines. So that there may be a punishment that is exemplifying, to tell them strong and clear that they have no right to compromise the health and life of all others for their irresponsible and selfish conduct»
However, Mr. Marcos Ilabaca (PS) gathered the signatures necessary to appeal to the Constitutional Court, on the grounds that «this rule today presents serious vices of constitutionality in strict criminal law. So, we hope that ultimately it will be the Constitutional Court that defines constitutionality.»
In the legislature’s view, «it is not possible to establish a criminal figure through infralegal legislation. That is, here the rule itself is clear and precise with regard to the criminal figure to be established.»
Ilabaca managed to enter the requirement on Thursday with 43 signatures, 4 more than the necessary 39.
Among the signatories, deputies: Raúl Saldívar (PS), Florcita Alarcón (PH), Amaro Labra (PC), Marcelo Schilling (PS), Boris Barrera (PC), Daniel Núñez (PC), Pablo Vidal (RD), Jaime Toha (PS), Juan Luis Castro (PS), Juan Santana (PS), Gabriel Boric (CS), Gonzalo Winter (CS), Hugo Gutiérrez (PC),), Diego Ibáñez (CS), Manuel Monsalve (PS), Leonardo Soto (PS), Felix González (PEV), Raúl Soto (ind/PPD), Guillermo Teillier (PC), Gastón Saavedra (PS), Miguel Crispi (RD), Giorgio Jackson (RD), Raúl Leiva (PS), Jaime Naranjo (PS), Jorge Brito (RD) and Luis Rocafull (PS).
Also joined were the parliamentarians Gael Yeomans (CS), Pamela Jiles (PH), Emilia Nuyado (PS), Jenny Alvarez (PS), Camila Vallejo (PC), Maite Orsini (RD), Carmen Hertz (PC), Natalia Castillo (PC), Natalia Castillo (PC), Natalia Castillo (PC), Natalia Castillo (PC), Natalia Castillo (PC), Natalia Castillo (PC), Natalia Castillo (PC), Natalia Castillo (PC), Natalia Castillo (PC), Natalia Castillo (PC), Natalia Castillo (PC), Natalia Castillo (PC), Natalia Castillo (PC), Natalia Castillo (PC). RD), Andrea Parra (PPD), Maya Fernández (PS), Daniella Ciccardini (PS), Claudia Mix (Common), Marisela Santibáñez (PC), Cristina Girardi (PPD), and THE President of RD, Deputy Catalina Pérez.

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