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Jurisdictional Statistics

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For the sake of clarity, information provided in the Reports appears in the following order:

The claims for constitutional justice are summarised in the following statistical tables:

  • No. 1 - Cases admitted during the year and their distribution between the Plenary and the Chambers.
  • No. 2 - Cases admitted during the year, classified by type of procedure.
  • No.7 - Plenary: cases filed by type of promoter..
  • No. 8 – Conflicts on territorial matters of this year, by Spanish autonomous regions.
  • No. 11 - Origin of appeals for constitutional protection (amparo).
  • No. 12 – Amparo appeals distributed to the Chambers, including claimants and the fundamental rights invoked.
  • No. 13 – Amparo appeals: Frequency of the invocation of fundamental rights of Art. 24 of the Spanish Constitution.
  • No. 14 - Amparo appeals, according to the court who rendered the final decision.

Judgments issued and the remaining jurisdictional activity is summarised in the following tables:

  • No. 3 - Judgments issued during the year, depending on the type.
  • No. 4 - Decisions rendered in different processes (and cases solved).
  • No. 9 - Judgments issued and cases decided by the plenary, depending on the type of process.
  • No. 14 - Annulled judgments from ordinary courts.
  • No. 16 - Decisions issued on amparo appeals and number of amparo appeals solved.

The number of appeals admitted and a statistical review of the year are summarised in the following statistical table:

  • No. 5 - Ratio between registered, admitted and solved cases.

The pending cases, which cover those at the admission stage and those awaiting judgment are presented in several tables:

  • No. 6 – Processes and admitted cases awaiting trial or admission on 31 December.
  • No. 10 – Plenary matters pending resolution on 31 December, classified by type and origin.

Finally, every year the Court offers comparative data of the last five years (Table no. 17), distinguishing the cases registered in those years, the judgments delivered and unsolved cases at the end of each year.

Some graphics are shown to display the most relevant data and to help understand the most important figures of the judicial activity of the Court.