Midnight from Friday to Saturday. That is the deadline that Isabel Díaz Ayuso has to implement the measures imposed by the Ministry of Health in lyou 10 minutiae affected. Despite the fact that the ministerial order was known this morning at Puerta de Sol, they were notified last night and time begins to run at that minute.
According to the order issued, the affected communities are competent to carry out these measures in the municipalities that meet the requirements, "within a maximum period of 48 hours from the moment in which such notification occurs.
The Ministry of Health also establishes that "against this order, an appeal for reconsideration may be filed, on a voluntary basis, before the head of the Ministry of Health, within a period of one month from its notification or contentious-administrative appeal before the National Court , within two months of notification".
"THIS COMMUNITY IS NOT IN REBELLY"
In the last few hours, Madrid has seen everything. The Minister of Health, Enrique Ruiz Escudero, explained yesterday at a press conference that what was approved in the Interterritorial Council was "not legitimate" and although he did not pronounce on whether he would abide by the rules left the door open not to.
Today the one in charge of clearing all doubts has been Ayuso herself. He has declared this Thursday that he will comply "strictly" with the order but He has warned that he will take her "to court" to "defend the legitimate interests of Madrid residents."
"This Community is not in absentia, this Government is not in rebellion," Ayuso said in the plenary session of the Assembly, where he insisted that he will go to court so that the measures "conform to the regulations and reality" and be "objective and fair".