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Author:Elevator Inverter Time:2021-04-02 09:33:19Click:
monarch elevator inverter The Emeritus King, Juan Carlos I, has not left Spain permanently. His intention, according to the sources consulted by this newspaper in his environment, is to return as soon as he regularizes his fiscal situation and therefore ceases to be at the center of the political debate.
Juan Carlos I, who, according to his lawyer, will be at the disposal of the Justice whenever necessary, could be forced to pay around 70 million euros to the Spanish Treasury for the 100 million that he accumulated in Switzerland , as a result of a gift of the King of Arabia, according to his own revelations.
"He has not gone into exile, he is on a private trip from which he plans to return. He has left alone, without his personal or security equipment"
As elEconomista.es reported on Monday , this money should have been taxed by Donation Tax in 2012, the date on which it received said transfer. Although the Emeritus King was, and still is, a resident of Madrid, where there is an almost absolute exemption for this tax, since it is capital located abroad, he should have been taxed at the state rate with a rate of up to 65%.
The Treasury values ​​claiming Juan Carlos I 70 of the 100 million he kept in a Swiss bank
The Treasury values ​​claiming Juan Carlos I 70 of the 100 million he kept in a Swiss bank
Both Juan Carlos I and the Royal House itself understand that the trip is not an exile, but a strictly private matter. "He has not gone into exile, he is on a private trip from which he plans to return. He has left without his personal and security equipment," explain sources from his Majesty's surroundings. In fact, in the letter sent to his son, King Felipe VI , dated Monday, the emeritus assures that "guided by the conviction of providing the best service to the Spanish, to their institutions and to you as King, I communicate my thoughtful decision to move, at this time, out of Spain ".
The initial intention of Juan Carlos I would be to be able to return to the Zarzuela palace once everything is solved
In other words, there is talk of a transfer and not a definitive march and it is also insisted that it is something temporary. Although the Government has been aware at all times, with the intermediation in addition to Iván Redondo, the Chief of Staff of the Presidency, in the PSOE it is understood that it was not necessary to inform Podemos at any time since a private matter was being discussed and not an institutional trip or possible exile.
The initial intention of Juan Carlos I would be, in fact, to be able to return to the Zarzuela palace once everything is settled and the future of the Crown in Spain is clear. In his letter to his son, the King Emeritus points out that it is "a decision that I make with deep feeling, but with great serenity. I have been King of Spain for almost forty years and, during all of them, I have always wanted the best for myself. Spain and for the Crown ". In his environment they assure, in this sense, that he would be hurt by not having been able to defend himself against the accusations of tax fraud or give his version of the facts.