Spain.- Prosecutor examines complaint against Aragonès, Teresa Rodríguez and the BNG leader for insults to the Crown

11/30/2015 Headquarters of the Genova Street National Court EUROPE SPAIN JUSTICE POLICY (EUROPA PRESS /)


The Attorney General’s Office is examining a complaint lodged by the Real Concord of Spain against the vice president of the Generalitat de Catalunya, Pere Aragonès, of the Esquerra Republicana (ERC); the leader of Adelante Andalucía, Teresa Rodríguez; and to the president of BNG, Ana Pontón, for the possible insults to the Crown after their respective comments, when it was learned of the departure of the emeritus King of Spain.

As they explained to the Europa Press of Concordia Real Española, what the association has done is to inform the Public Prosecutor’s Office of the facts they consider to be criminals, since insults to the Crown are contemplated in the Penal Code, namely in its article 491, and the National Court is the competent court to investigate this type of crime.

Tax sources consulted by Europa Press confirmed the receipt of the complaint and a process was initiated to determine whether what appears in the documentation provided by the association is a crime.

A similar complaint had been made in the Balearic Islands by the Balearic Forum, which added the coordinator of MÉS per Mallorca, Antoni Noguera, to the list of respondents.

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