Princess Cristina investigated in Spanish fraud case

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Her husband, the professional handball player Inaki Urdangarin was made an official suspect. Media disseminated relates information revealing that Urdangarin and his business partner, Diego Torres, inflated prices organizing regional events for the governments of Valencia and the Baleare Islands using their non-profit Noos Institute.
The King Juan Carlos affirmed at that time that “justice is the same for everyone.” Princess Cristina and her husband denied already any wrongdoing but investigators declare they can prove the use of public money for personal gain. Anti monarchists in Spain feel they are gaining ground because a poll found that 78 percent of 18 to 30 year olds want the king to step down. Some political commentators believe that the Kink Juan Carlos could abdicate at an unpredictable point but they don’t expect this to happen soon.

 

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