Spanish jurist and magistrate, Mariano Rajoy Sobredo, Died at 97

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Mariano Rajoy Sobredo was born on August 28, 1921, in Santiago de Compostela and died on November 1, 2018.

He was a Spanish jurist and magistrate.

He was the president of the Provincial Audience of Pontevedra and father of former Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy.

Sobredo was the child of Enrique Rajoy, Galician scholarly that took an interest in the commission composing of Galician Statute of Autonomy of 1936.

Because of his condition of wellbeing, Sobredo stayed living in the presidential Palace of Moncloa amid the order of his child, an issue that insulted a piece of the populace since his consideration was borne by the royal residence spending plan.

In the wake of defeating the restrictions to the legal was judge of First Instance and Instruction in Orders, La Coruña, in 1948, to be consequently allocated to the Courts of First Instance and Instruction of Lalín, Pontevedra (1949-1953), Piedrahita, Avila (1953) – 1955) and Carballiño, Orense (1955-1958).

Sobredo was elevated to an officer in 1958, was a judge of First Instance and Instruction in Oviedo until 1960, and later to León as Judge of First Instance and Instruction, remaining in the capital of León for a long time.

There he harmonized, among others, with the legal counselor Juan Rodríguez García-Lozano, father of previous President of the Government José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero.

Sobredo came to in León an exceptional notoriety for the perfect way in which he trained a considerable lot of the cases that went to his hands.Sobredo was recognized with the Order of St. Raymond of Peñafort.

Mariano Rajoy Sobredo passed away at 97 years old.

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