Go to content

Main menu


One of the objectives of the Ministry of Justice is to develop a portal that is accessible to all citizens in general, regardless of their disabilities, the devices used to access the information or the context of use.

The Ministry of Justice, in charge of managing the content of this website, will implement the necessary modifications to ensure that the information posted on this site is accessible to users with disabilities. For this purpose, the Level AA WAI Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0 published by the W3C are being applied.

This website complies with the international accessibility recommendations of the W3C's (World Wide Web Consortium) WAI (Web Accessibility Initiative) initiative, complying with level 2 (AA) and priority levels 1 and 2 of the UNE 139803:2004 Regulation.

The content of this portal has been prepared using XHTML 1.0 code and CSS style sheets. These standards guarantee access to information via any browsing device that supports the W3C's recommendations.

Due to the large volume of information posted on this website, the size of the documents, the frequency with which it is updated and the adaptation of its pages is being carried out rigourously, from the most recent pages to the oldest ones. The ultimate goal is to achieve a portal with as many accessible documents as possible.

At Historical Memory Law we strive to improve accessibility every day. We welcome your suggestions for making this portal a more accessible site.

If you wish to report an error message or make any suggestions on the accessibility and/or standards used in this website, please use our contact formExternal link.

Accessibility Date last revised: January 5, 2012