By Carlos Alberto Montaner*
(FIRMAS PRESS) In Spain, something more serious than the severe economic crisis affecting the country is happening: the growing politicization of the judiciary. In the old kingdom, justice is either progressive or conservative. The modest lady of the blindfold and the balance has given way to two fishwives who insult each other grossly. The Supreme Court and the Constitutional Court are at logger heads.Some judges and magistrates are determined to be social reformers and win sympathy from all sides. Lamentably, the Spanish judiciary is acquiring the characteristics and behavior of a Third World country. It’s embarrassing.