Calviño demands explanations from the emeritus and praises the work of Felipe VI who brings "added value" to Spain

MADRID, 19 May.

Calviño demands explanations from the emeritus and praises the work of Felipe VI who brings "added value" to Spain

MADRID, 19 May. (EUROPA PRESS) -

The First Vice President of the Government and Minister of Economic Affairs and Digital Transformation, Nadia Calviño, demanded this Thursday the explanations of the King Emeritus on his return to Spain in the face of the "disturbing" information that has been known in recent years, while praised the work of his son, Felipe VI, who "provides added value" to Spain.

This is how Calviño has transferred it in an interview on Cadena Ser, collected by Europa Press, asked about whether the image of the emeritus in the regattas of the Galician town of Sanxenxo on his first trip since he settled in August 2020 in the Emirates bothers him United Arabs.

"All Spanish citizens deserve an explanation", pointed out the minister, who explained that once the judges have ruled, from an institutional point of view, "these are decisions made by the Royal House, which is the one who is communicating about".

Calviño has insisted that "without a doubt" he would have to give explanations to all citizens because it is a "very important" issue.

Asked about whether progress should be made in the Crown Law, she assured that the Executive "is making progress in this area" and a rule has been adopted to "increase and strengthen the transparency of the King's House".

The vice president has pointed out that "this is going in the right direction" and that she knows that the current King "is very committed to improving governance and the image of the Crown". "I think that the work that Felipe VI is doing is very good. He really is doing a public service that brings a lot of added value to our country and we must continue along that line", she has settled.


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