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Tribunal Supremo de España
Tribunal Supremo 1.jpg
Jurisdiction Spain
Location Plaza de la Villa de Paris, Madrid
Coordinates 40°25′28″N 3°41′36″W / 40.424328°N 3.693371°W / 40.424328; -3.693371Coordinates: 40°25′28″N 3°41′36″W / 40.424328°N 3.693371°W / 40.424328; -3.693371
Authorized by Appointed by Monarch on advice of Prime Minister Chosen name recommended to PM by the Cortes Generales
President of the General Council of the Judiciary
Currently Carlos Dívar
Since September, 2008

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The Supreme Court of Spain (Spanish: Tribunal Supremo de España) is the highest judicial body in Spain for all matters not pertaining to the Constitution.



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