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Jurisdictional Statistics

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The judicial activity of the Court is summarized each year an Annual Report (Memoria) that the supreme interpreter of the Constitution publishes since 1999. A brief summary of its activities, prepared by the services of the Court, is offered in this annual report with no other intention than to provide information and lacking, therefore, official character; some statistical data, details of which can be read through the links provided at the end of this page, are also offered.

For the sake of clarity, information provided in the Reports is ordered under the following headings:

The claim for constitutional justice, summarized in the following statistical tables:

  • No. 1 - Affairs admitted during the year and its distribution between plenary and Chambers
  • Num. 2 – Affairs admitted during the year, classified by type of process
  • No.7 - Plenary: cases filed by the promoter
  • Num. 8 - Territorial Litigiousness during the year, by Autonomous Communities
  • No. 11 - Origin of registered amparo appeals
  • Num. 12 – Amparo appeals turned over to Chambers with petitioners indication and the fundamental right invoked
  • No. 13 –Amparo appeals. Frequency of invoking the fundamental rights of art. 24 Spanish Constitution)
  • No. 14 - Amparo appeals, according to the body that dictated the final decision

Judgements issued and the remaining jurisdictional activity, summarized in the following tables:

  • No. 3 -. Resolutions issued during the year, depending on the type of resolution
  • No. 4 -. Judgments in different processes (and solved issues)
  • No. 14 -. Annulled Judgments of ordinary courts
  • No. 9 -. Resolutions issued and cases decided by the plenary, depending on the type of process

The admission of appeals procedure and a statistical review of the year, which is summarized in the statistical table:

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

And cases pending, both at the stage of admission, and if they are admitted and being processing, pending final judgment, given in several tables:

  • Num. 6 - Processes and admitted pending judgement issues and pending admission at 31st December
  • Num. 10 – Plenary matters pending resolution at 31st December, classified by type and origin

Finally, every year The Court offers (Table no. 15) comparative data of the last five years, distinguishing the cases registered in those years, judgments delivered, and unresolved issues at the end of each year.

In recent Reports graphics were added in order to display the most relevant magnitudes, to help understand the great figures of judicial activity of the Court.

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