The President of the Supreme Court and the General Council for Judicial Power has resigned after loosing the confidence of his collegues by using public money to take long weekend trips to Marbella.Carlos Dívar The President of the Supreme Court and the General Council for Judicial Power, CGPJ, Carlos Dívar, has resigned this, Thursday, morning. However, his exit will not be effective until it is printed in the BOE Official State Bulletin. He is planning a last meeting of the General Council to say his goodbyes. Dívar finally goes after losing the confidence of his colleagues on the General Council following newspaper revelations of his many long weekends spent in four star hotels in Marbella at public expense. Dívar has tried to hold on saying he has done nothing wrong, but there has been an increasing outcry from the public that the President of the Supreme Courts behaviour, if not illegal, was certainly immoral. He now becomes the first President of the General Council for Judicial Power in the democracy to resign his post. There will be two replacements for the two top positions which Dívar held. His Vice President, Fernando De Rosa, will become the new President of the General Council and Juan Antonio Xiol will become President of the Supreme Court.