King Juan Carlos has carried out a second tax regularization for undeclared income during several years totaling more than eight million euros of payments in kind, for which he has paid more than four million to the Tax Agency, according to the newspaper The country with sources familiar with the operation.
Specifically, the king emeritus has submitted a voluntary statement to the Tax Agency for eight million euros in respect of flights of a private jet company paid until 2018 by the Zagatka foundation, owned by Álvaro de Orleans, according to the aforementioned newspaper. Orleans is a distant cousin of the emeritus.
When Zagatka was founded in October 2003, the statutes said it was created to help the then head of state in recognition of his contribution to democracy in Spain. After Orleans, the second beneficiary was his son. The third and fourth were Juan Carlos I and Felipe VI in the supposed death of the Orleans.
But last June these statutes were modified and Juan Carlos and his family were eliminated as beneficiaries of the same. Since then, its objective is “to guarantee the financial assistance of the founder”.
The emeritus king already presented a statement to the Tax Agency to regularize his tax situation last December, four months after his departure from Spain, in relation to the use of bank cards by Juan Carlos I and his relatives with opaque funds of the Mexican businessman Allen Sanginés-Krause, who is being investigated by the Office of the Supreme Court.
At the beginning of November, the State Attorney General, Dolores Delgado, revealed the existence of a third investigation regarding the king emeritus, and which will be dealt with, like the previous two, the Office of the Supreme Court Prosecutor with the collaboration of the Chief Anticorruption Prosecutor Alejandro Luzón.
This third line of investigation joins the other two already open to the king emeritus, the first for possible commissions from the AVE to Mecca and which will foreseeably be archived with respect to the father of Felipe VI because there are no indications that can be pursued regarding this gauge.
The second file is related to payments with a credit card from which Juan Carlos I and other members of his family could have benefited without being holders of the account associated with this means of payment.
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