MADRID, 18 May. (EUROPA PRESS) -
In declarations to the media in the Lower House, Baldoví has opined that it would seem "very little shame" that a "man who has lived at the expense of everyone and has defrauded everyone, sleeps in a residence that all pay" the Spaniards. Therefore, he has added that he would not allow it because it would be "the height of impudence".
Meanwhile, the ERC spokesman in Congress, Gabriel Rufían, has criticized that Juan Carlos I is a man "born outside of Spain, who has committed corruption in the last 40 years" and now "threatens" to return to the country. "I am convinced that Vox will act and will be very concerned," he ironized.