Ayuso's partner sues the chief prosecutor of Madrid for revealing secrets

Alberto González Amador, partner of the president of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, has filed a complaint before the Superior Court of Justice of Madrid (TSJM) against the chief prosecutor of Madrid, Pilar Rodríguez Fernández, for alleged revelation of secrets.

Oliver Thansan
Oliver Thansan
02 April 2024 Tuesday 16:25
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Ayuso's partner sues the chief prosecutor of Madrid for revealing secrets

Alberto González Amador, partner of the president of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, has filed a complaint before the Superior Court of Justice of Madrid (TSJM) against the chief prosecutor of Madrid, Pilar Rodríguez Fernández, for alleged revelation of secrets.

The complaint is also directed against the economic crimes prosecutor Julián Salto in relation to the informative note broadcast by an official channel in which the Madrid Prosecutor's Office reported on the exchange of emails between Alberto G. A.'s lawyer and the prosecutor related to the investigation. against Ayuso's partner for alleged tax fraud.

The judicial document has been presented before the Civil and Criminal Chamber of the TSJM, since the prosecutors have the status of authorized persons. The Chamber has already initiated some proceedings and will now be transferred to the Prosecutor's Office to rule on the admission of the complaint, as the aforementioned sources have detailed to Europa Press.

Regarding the same matter, the investigating court number 28 of Madrid has already opened proceedings in relation to the complaint filed by the Madrid Bar Association (ICAM) against the Prosecutor's Office for the dissemination of the aforementioned statement.

In the aforementioned statement, the Prosecutor's Office revealed that González Amador had admitted through his lawyer that he had committed two tax crimes and had offered the Prosecutor's Office a pact to avoid going to trial.

The Prosecutor's Office thus denied the statements made by Ayuso's entourage in which they claimed that the prosecutor had offered González an agreement to settle his debt with the treasury and thus avoid a complaint for tax fraud.

As a result of this case, the General Council of Spanish Lawyers and the State Attorney General's Office will begin to work this Wednesday on the necessary reforms to strengthen the protocol of action for conformity trials between legal professionals and members of the Public Prosecutor's Office. .

For her part, the Madrid president's partner is called to testify on May 20 as being investigated for the alleged commission of two crimes of tax fraud and one crime of forgery in a commercial document.

The investigation focuses on the alleged criminal evidence regarding facts related to the Corporate Tax corresponding to the years 2020 and 2021 and an alleged crime of falsification of a commercial document due to invoices having been provided that do not correspond to services actually provided and contributed with the purpose of reducing the tax amount to be paid.

In the order opening proceedings, the judge reasoned that supposedly and "as a consequence of these fraudulent behaviors, the taxpayer has stopped paying a fee of 155,000 euros to the state Public Treasury for the 2020 Corporation Tax and for the companies of 2021, a fee of 195,951 euros, crimes punishable in article 305.1 of the Penal Code in medial competition with a crime of forgery in a commercial document, of article 392.1 in relation to article 390 of the Penal Code.

The Prosecutor's Office investigated the facts following a report from the Tax Agency that warned of alleged tax fraud when "fictitious expenses based on invoices issued by various companies" were detected during an investigation.

"Expenses that do not correspond to services actually provided and all of this with the purpose of entering into the public treasury less than the amount that corresponded to paying for the Corporate Income Tax for the 2020 and 2021 financial years," states the prosecutor's complaint.