The former Vice President of the Government and founder of Podemos attributes the interested leak about an alleged account opened by him in the Grenadines to "the mafia structure of the media sewers." Iglesias has participated this morning in the program el Món a Rac1
In May 2016, the digital newspaper Ok Diario published information according to which Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro deposited 272,325 dollars for Iglesias in a supposedly open slope in a tax haven. The information, which turned out to be false, was broadcast on the Sixth in an interview between the director of Al Rojo Vivo, Antonio García Ferreras, and the director of OK Diario, Eduardo Inda.
A few days ago, a recording of those made by Commissioner Villarejo emerged who, in a conversation with García Farreras, questioned the veracity of the information before it was disclosed on his program in the interview with Eduardo Inda. Despite Farreras' doubts, the chain gave fuel to the information
Various Latin American presidents have shown solidarity with Iglesias, which has led the former Vice President of the Government to reproach Sánchez for not having done so yet.