We can, after the file of the donations of the emeritus: The monarchy is a structure for committing corruption

"If he returns to Spain, he would have to be unique and exclusively to render accounts before Spanish justice and the citizenship of this country." United C

We can, after the file of the donations of the emeritus: The monarchy is a structure for committing corruption

"If he returns to Spain, he would have to be unique and exclusively to render accounts before Spanish justice and the citizenship of this country." United Can we do not see with good eyes that King Emeritus returned to Spain in the coming weeks if it is not to sit down before a court, although the Swiss prosecutor's office has filed the cause of the 65 million donation from the monarch to Corinna Larsen.

The news has caused surprise in the purple ranks, but since the party they continue to insist that the emeritus "still has several open causes" and must respond to a court and give explanations to the Spanish citizenship of the "bleeding and galloping corruption" that, They say, pursues the monarch.

The offensive against the crown, then, does not stop by we can: "For us the most important thing is that the monarchy is a structure for committing corruption."

They are the words of the National Party Copportavoz, Pablo Fernández. "This line has been filed, but others are left, and we believe that it is evident that there are more than reasonable indications of the multiple corruptions that the emeritus king has been committed."

Thus, nothing changes in the vision of the purple against a hypothetical return of Don Juan Carlos: "It can not be that someone who is immersed in several issues linked with corruption is right now in Abu Dhabi without performing accounts."

Although the emergence of the emeritus was an issue that jointly worked for Moncloa and the Royal House, the Socialists become unmarked from the possible decision of the father of the king of returning to Spain. Clear the ball to La Zarzuela, who moves the pressure on the management and decision of this hypothetical return -on Juan Carlos has manifested on several occasions his desire to return, spend even Christmas in Spain, and doing it in La Zarzuela -.

Faced with all that, the PSOE stays in the distance. Without addressing the matter. "If the emeritus has to return or is not a decision that corresponds to him and the royal house, we do not enter to value what real house should do or not," the PSOE spokesman, Felipe Sicily has exposed. A line that has also expressed Isabel Rodríguez, government spokesman, clearing the responsibility in Zarzuela.

"It is up to the real house to decide on the members of the royal family. They will be those who decide what is up for the emeritus, about whether it returns or not," Sicily has insisted. About if the father of the king must give explanations about him opaque business, from the PSOE they express that it is justice who "has to ask for the relevant explanations". An equidistance that contrasts with the manifested only two months ago by Pedro Sánchez, who did explained the position of him about which the emeritus should give explanations to the Spaniards.

For his part, the spokesman for citizens in Congress, Edmundo Bal, has expressed his confidence in the independent action of the Swiss Prosecutor's Office by deciding the file of the research diligences that had open about King Emeritus.

BAL has assumed that the Prosecutor's Office has taken this decision based on the data available and has avoided pronouncing whether the emeritus should now return to Spain. In this sense, the spokesperson for liberal formation has emphasized that Juan Carlos I is a free citizen on which no judicial measure and, in that sense, he "can do what he wants"

Updated Date: 13 December 2021, 08:48

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