‘Nanny case’: Clean Hands denounces Montero for prevarication and embezzlement

Clean Hands filed a complaint with the Anticorruption Prosecutor’s Office on Tuesday against the Minister of Equality, Irene Montero, for crimes of prevarication and embezzlement by the ‘babysitter case‘.

The Spanish union urges the Public Ministry to investigate whether the leader of Can could commit both crimes when using a counselor to care for your children, as well as using an office as a “games room”, according to ‘The reason‘.

A) Yes, Clean Hands wants to clarify the case of Montero’s current advisor, María Teresa Arévalo, who would have fulfilled the tasks of children’s nanny of the Minister and the Second Vice President of the Government, Pablo Iglesias.

In his complaint, the general secretary of the group, Miguel Bernad, asks that Montero be summoned to testify and that the ex-lawyer of Podemos Mónica Carmona testify.

It will depend on the decision of the head of the Court, Juan José Escalonilla, whether or not the complaint is valid.

Carmona was the one who informed the Court of Instruction number 42 of Madrid that Montero and Iglesias they had employed Arevalo as a caregiver.

Complaint for the ‘nanny case’

It will depend on the decision of the head of the Court, Juan Jose Escalonilla, that complaint whether or not it has traveled. If the Prosecutor’s Office confirms that the magistrate is already investigating the facts, it will not process it.

María Teresa Arévalo Caraballo, member of Podemos and babysitter of Iglesias y Montero

Nevertheless, if you see evidence of crime, could process it in the event that the judge investigating the financing of the ‘purple’ party rejects without evaluating it to inquire into the call ‘nanny case’ for considering it outside the object of the procedure.


Source: Vozpópuli by www.vozpopuli.com.

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