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Criminal Law Chamber of the Supreme Court (on behalf of Civil Servants Trade Union Clean Hands (Sindicato de Funcionarios Manos Limpias) and Civil Association Liberty and Identity (Asociación Civil Libertad e Identidad)) v Baltasar Garzón Real, Appeal judgment, Supreme Court Judgment no 101/2012, ILDC 1855 (ES 2012), 27th February 2012, Spain; Supreme Court

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Whether international criminal law could be directly applied by the judiciary in order to investigate the crimes committed in Spain between 1936 and 1952 without violating the principles of legality and non-retroactivity.

Whether national legislation on amnesties could be overridden by international law.

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