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Government profiled due to lack of explanation from the Royal House after the visit of the honorary king

Date: June 27, 2022 7:59 pm

The government expresses deep dissatisfaction with Juan Carlos I because of his attitude during a visit to Spain and believes that he should explain his financial scandals, but it takes a profile due to the lack of explanation from the Royal House before the meeting he had with the honorary king . Felipe VI this Monday, and it went on for several hours. “The Royal House itself called this meeting private. It is up to the Chamber to evaluate whether they give more or less information,” spokeswoman Isabel Rodriguez responded to a question about whether Zarzuela should give details of the content of conversations for the sake of transparency, and cited “the ability of journalists to get them.

The statement of the Royal House was accepted without a single reproach by Juan Carlos de Borbón. “His Majesty the King and Don Juan Carlos have had a long conversation about family issues, as well as various events and their consequences in Spanish society since the king’s father decided to move to Abu Dhabi on August 3, 2020,” he limited himself to collecting a note. published by Zarzuela after 21:00 on Monday, when the ship of honor again headed for the United Arab Emirates.

In this note, Zarzuela leaves the door open for Juan Carlos de Borbón to return to permanently settle in Spain, although he has always done so outside of public heritage sites. The spokeswoman evaded the question that, in your opinion, the former head of state flies all the time.

The spokeswoman made it clear that she was uncomfortable with the deserved one, who mocked the explanations demanded by Pedro Sanchez and reiterated that he had lost the “opportunity” to prosecute. “It is confirmed that the honorary king behaved in an unparalleled way,” he said.

Despite this situation, the government has no intention of urging the Center for Social Research (CIS) to re-include the monarchy in its evaluation questions, which has been off the radar for years. “The government doesn’t tell the CIS what it should ask for,” replied Rodriguez, who said the sociological center employs “great professionals.”

But he took the opportunity to “state the state model” of a parliamentary monarchy. “We want to recognize the mission and the work that it is doing and evaluate the direction of the government,” he explained of the decree in which he reformulated the activities of the Royal House, although transparency was half done.

Moncloa is trying to turn the page on a well-deserved visit that claims the Spaniards aren’t really interested. “Government priority is on other very, very important issues, such as the ones we approved today,” the spokeswoman said of the microchip PERTE, which will require a €12 billion public investment or the largest public job offer in history. . “They look not only to tomorrow, but also to the day after tomorrow. They look not only at our children, but also at their grandchildren. [ha expresado]. This is the desire of the government, which in some cases is beyond current information, and this is what we dedicate our efforts to.”



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