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Could a corruption trial involving the daughter of Spain's King Juan Carlos spell the end of the country's constitutional monarchy? That was the unstated question
A judge investigating suspected fraud who had subpoenaed the Spanish king's daughter to give testimony has postponed the hearing after prosecutors appealed the subpoena. Princess Cristina had been ordered to testify April 27 at a court on the island
It's the first time since democracy was restored in Spain in 1975 that a direct member of King Juan Carlos' family has faced preliminary charges of any kind, in any case, a spokesman for the Royal Household said. Urdangarin, the king's son-in-law,
Evo Morales and events in Bolivia dominate the front pages El Mundo reports that Evo Morales has joined the challenge to Spain by expropriating REE in Bolivia. The paper says that he has copied Kirchner in Argentina, alleging a lack of investment and
The Compromis party has had their request granted The Infanta Cristina is not to be called, by the ex President of the Valencia Government, Francisco Camps, is to be called to court as a witness in the Urdangarin case'. The news was given by the
His comment comes three days before the Duke of Palma appears in court in Palma King Juan Carlos has commented that the Constitution makes it clear only the judges judge, and that the legislation respects the rights of very person'.
Articles The 43-year-old Prince Felipe was married to Princess Letizia, a former television news anchor, received half of the said amount, and that is 70,260 euros as his state funding and 76,117 euros for his expenses. All compensations on the top
The Duke of Palma leads all of the papers today. El Mundo headlines that the judge has indicted Urdangarin and the prosecutor has said he had an inordinate desire for profit'. El Pais says the Judge has indicted Urdangarin for his irregular
Getty Images The King of Spain's son-in-law has been summoned to testify in a widening fraud and embezzlement scandal that threatens to damage the credibility of the country's royal family. Inaki Urdangarin, 43, a former Olympic athlete who carries
p>Urdangarin is suspected of siphoning money from public contracts awarded from 2004 to 2006 to a nonprofit foundation he headed.