Tuesday September 22, 2020

Spanish princess set for trial on tax fraud charges

Spain's Princess Cristina may have committed tax fraud and money laundering, a Spanish judge concluded, clearing the way for King Felipe VI’s sister to face trial.

25th June, 2014
Princess Cristina is the first Spanish royal to face criminal allegations in court since the monarchy was reinstated almost 40 years ago

Spain's Princess Cristina may have committed tax fraud and money laundering, a Spanish judge concluded, clearing the way for King Felipe VI’s sister to face trial.

Judge Jose Castro issued the ruling today after completing his investigation into Cristina and her husband Inaki Urdangarin’s business affairs at the court in Palma de Mallorca.

Manos Limpias, the public workers’ union that lodged a private prosecution against the couple, will file charges within...

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