- 1 03/15/20: Felipe VI rejects the legacy
- 2 08/03/20: “Flight” of Juan Carlos
- 3 08/18/20: Conflict in Government
- 4 09/19/20: Objective: End of Monarchy
- 5 11/12/20: ‘Narcos’
- 6 02/26/21: A fuzzy regularization
- 7 08/25/21: Fifteenth failure
- 8 12/13/21: A “structure” for corruption
- 9 03/02/22: Prosecutor Shelves
- 10 04/26/22: We Can Apart from Zarzuela and Moncloa
- 11 05/17/22: an “outrageous” return
For two years, United v Cain and the rest of Pedro Sánchez’s allies have attacked the institution as a justification for the departure of Don Juan Carlos.
The return of Emeritus Raja does not address the existing malaise among the fundamental partners of the government. United v Cain and his parliamentary allies not only against the maneuvers of Don Juan Carlos, but also the “flight” of Felipe VI’s father to Abu Dhabi during the last two years to try and attack the monarchy have taken advantage of. Overthrow the organization.
A dynamic that began with the Inquisition in Emeritus, was doubled with his departure from Spain and now, with his return “punished” without explanation to the Spaniards, he maintains. The Crown is designed to “insult”, a parliamentary spokesman reiterated this week purplePablo Ichenic.
03/15/20: Felipe VI rejects the legacy
In a moment of total chaos following the first shock of the pandemic and Spain’s heralded state of alarm, the Royal House announces a historic decision: Felipe VI breaks ties with his father, separating himself from open money , he renounces his father’s inheritance, and withdraws the wage allocation so far from public funds. 194,232 Euros, according to the corresponding figures for 2018.
08/03/20: “Flight” of Juan Carlos
The departure of Juan Carlos I from Spain came as a surprise to all political structures, but it particularly upset the key allies of Pedro Sánchez. “Will justice allow him to go?” United asks We Can, who considers this maneuver “unworthy” by the head of state, whom they believe should be held accountable. Vice President Pablo Iglesias stirred up a political storm at the heart of the government by calling the Emeritus March a “flying”. “He doesn’t run away from anything because he doesn’t drown for no reason,” Carmen Calvo replies.
08/18/20: Conflict in Government
Podemos asserts its differences with the socialist sector and attacks the monarchy from the government. But Margarita Robles, as Defense Minister, discredits the purple stream and silences all criticism: “When some people blame others, I don’t care who they are, they are forgetting that innocence. The presumption is one of the basic pillars. Rule of law. We must defend the notion of innocence of all”, the beginning of the socialist.
09/19/20: Objective: End of Monarchy
The premiership of Pablo Iglesias on a national holiday as Vice President becomes an accusation against the Crown. The then-purple leader advocates working to move “toward a republican horizon that deepens Spanish democracy.” A position that clashes with socialist, which is also republican, showing a more liberal line with respect to monarchy.
United We Can’s Christmas card was dedicated to the Royal House. Purple interspersed images of the Crown accompanied by the series’ background music, via a video distributed on social networks Narcos, There are also photographs of Corinna Larsson or Francisco Franco. With the video, Podemos presses for Congress to agree to create an inquiry commission on Emeritus, as demanded by Pedro Sánchez’s aides.
02/26/21: A fuzzy regularization
The payment of 4.4 million to the Treasury by Emeritus “including default interest and surcharges”, on the left, is a tactic from the Royal House with the help of the government so as not to try Felipe VI’s father. Podemos, in fact, believes that with these “scams” he is “regulating his crimes.” “It acts above the law and differs from other citizens in the handling of its responsibilities”, laments purpleJoe opens a rift in the Council of Ministers by saying that the Prosecutor’s Office and the Treasury are working to prevent King Emeritus from pursuing justice.
08/25/21: Fifteenth failure
A good portion of the investment group tries every few weeks to have Congress investigate Emeritus. For the fifteenth time, the PSOE, PP and Vox rejected the request for a parliamentary commission on the table of the lower house.
12/13/21: A “structure” for corruption
Gradually, the signs of corruption disappear, but the Left continues to reject the return of Emeritus. Sanchez’s aides continue to distrust the Royal House, despite the fact that the Swiss prosecutor’s office investigated a donation of 65 million King Juan Carlos from Saudi Arabian funds to Corinna Larsson. “If he returns to Spain, he will have to be fully and exclusively accountable before Spanish justice and the citizens of this country,” cries out to United v Cain, which defines the monarchy as a “structure” that Corruption is designed.
03/02/22: Prosecutor Shelves
There are no concrete signs of crime. The Supreme Court’s Prosecutor’s Office ultimately decides to file an investigation on Emeritus’ inheritance and refuses to criminally prosecute him, paving the way for the return of Juan Carlos.
04/26/22: We Can Apart from Zarzuela and Moncloa
Podemos was not informed of the decision adopted between La Moncloa and Zarzuela to increase the audit of the Royal House through the Court of Accounts, causing inconvenience to the purple ranks.
05/17/22: an “outrageous” return
Emeritus’ withdrawal does not cease to satisfy United v Cain or its allies because of the form. Juan Carlos returns to visit Sanxenxo and his regatta and berates the Purple People for not responding to justice, calling the decision adopted by the Royal House “disgraceful”.
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