Iglesias refuses to disassociate Felipe VI from King Juan Carlos: “The monarchy is hereditary”

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Iglesias refuses to disassociate Felipe VI from King Juan Carlos:





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The second vice president of the Government, Pablo Iglesias during the press conference after the Council of Ministers at the Moncloa Palace on Tuesday. (EFE)


“There are things that can hardly be dissociated: it is difficult to disassociate the alleged crimes committed by Juan Carlos I from his status as king, which he held for 40 years; and it is also difficult to ignore that the monarchy is a hereditary institution on which legitimacy rests precisely in filiation. ” The second vice-president of the Government has broken his silence in recent days on the latest information relating to the activities of the king emeritus to mark distances with the strategy outlined by the Government, consisting of dissociating Felipe VI from his father to protect the monarchical institution.

Through reflection spread on social networks, the leader of Unidas Podemos contradicts the position of his government partners arguing that “it is also difficult to ignore that the monarchy is a hereditary institution in which legitimacy rests precisely on filiation.”

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