The message from Monedero after his indictment for the ‘Neurona case’: points in many directions

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Purse, in an act in 2019

Juan Carlos Monedero, the founder of Podemos, has been charged by the judge investigating the ‘Neurona case’ for the alleged irregular financing of the purple party.

In his brief, the magistrate of the Court of Instruction No. 42 of Madrid, Juan José Escalonilla, collects the summons for Monedero to declare on March 15 after showing his suspicions about the payment of € 26,200 from the consultancy based in Mexico to the former leader of We can for the general elections of April 2019.

The accusation has generated numerous political and social reactions throughout the afternoon and it was late on Tuesday when the Monedero himself spoke out … without directly mentioning anything related to his own situation.

The old leader ‘podemita’ has dedicated a fiery monologue in his space La Frontera TV to speak of “democracy alone”, assuring that “there are days when democratic normality in Spain becomes very, very hard. Today has been one of those days”.

The video that the Monedero himself has published on his Twitter profile reviews the latest judicial and social scandals, from the riots in Linares to the arrest of Pablo Hasel, through the trial for the ‘box b’ of the PP and the Catalan elections.

Already in the final part of his monologue, Juan Carlos Monedero has spent a few seconds talking about his party: “We can have 14 lawsuits filed on illegal financing. Without any proof, they have no choice but to file them ”.

“But the bulk of the media takes advantage of the complaints,” continues his particular speech— Even if they are slander, even if they are made by the political police of the PP, even if they are induced by judges who think that Podemos cannot be in the Government, to say that all politicians are equal, especially when the PP and Citizens are cornered, one for corrupt, another for useless, “he concludes.


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