The Madrid mayoral candidate debate has not been the exception and the participants have taken advantage of their respective lecterns to store various materials and graphics to reinforce their speeches. And the first to make use of extra elements on this occasion was the candidate of Podemos -IU-Alianza Verde for Madrid City Council, Roberto Sotomayor, who began his intervention with a surgical mask with which he reproached the mayor and candidate for the PP, José Luis Martínez-Almeida, "that they give public money that they gave to Cayetanos to spend it on Rolex and Ferrari."
"They are the 6 million public money that was given to Cayetanos to buy Rolex, luxury cars, Ferrari... while the neighborhoods are precarious," Sotomayor launched, who has reproached the councilor for the "great inequality" in the capital.
At this point, the vice mayor and CS candidate, Begoña Villacís, has asked him to "stop insulting the residents of a neighborhood." For her part, Almeida has described it as a "clown" staged in the "Galapagar chalet, home of former Vice President Pablo Iglesias.
Sotomayor's intervention comes after the Anti-Corruption Prosecutor's Office has asked Judge Adolfo Carretero to open an oral trial against the businessmen Luis Medina and Alberto Luceño for the alleged fraud against the Madrid City Council in the sale of sanitary material in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic. .
Prosecutor Luis Rodríguez Sol requests a sentence of 9 years in prison for the youngest son of Naty Abascal and raises the request to 15 years in prison in the case of Alberto Luceño.