Villarrejo Allowed Vaux To Interrogate Him In Prison If His “Veto” To The Kitchen Committee Was Rejected
2021-01-28 | by CusiGO
The controversial retired Commissioner Jos é Manuel villarejo, through his defense lawyers, allowed several members of vox ultra to come to Madrid’s seventh prison to interrogate him. They thought that we could let him out of the “agreed veto” between PSOE and UNIDO The kitchen bill of Congress. The Commissioner has been in estremera prison since November 2017. The committee’s hearing is scheduled for discussion and approval late Thursday afternoon. The most likely choice is the list proposed by PSOE, which in principle does not include villarejo’s attendance, although his co partners pomos, erc, PNV, citizens, and even PP and vox all require attendance.
Macarena olona, Secretary General of VOA, held a press conference at 10:30 a.m. on Thursday to denounce the “agreement veto is a false difference and appearance” between PSOE and UNIDO, so villarejo would not be one of the first visitors to the kitchen investigation committee, With regard to maliano Rajoy’s government’s Ministry of the interior’s abnormal use of the media to cover up the corruption cases of the BJP, olona, based on the relevance of his documents and records, rated villareho as “the key and core part of the kitchen operation”, He simply refused to accept questions that members of the committee could not ask him on issues related to the clarification of the case. As a result, olona himself sent a written request to the retired Commissioner’s defense lawyer on Wednesday, asking him to hold a meeting in prison, and if he does not eventually attend congress, he can be interrogated. The lawyer consulted his client and villareho accepted the offer.
Vox’s action is a response to PSOE’s failure to include villarejo in its proposed hearing list on Wednesday, and we don’t believe that United may, if it does, have substantial “differences” on the veto. Vox leaders concluded that the two formations were “dressed as saints”, which she called “controlled explosion of cases”. In fact, they had a substantive agreement on the veto power. For their formations, they had a substantial agreement on the veto power, “It does not understand the natural logic of things” and will ultimately be “fraud against the Commission and the Spaniards themselves” so that “there will be no factors that may harm them”.
Last November, Macarena olona gave villarejo an interview with the country in prison, stressing that the retiring Commissioner had anticipated that both the PSOE and the PP would veto his presence in Parliament. However, the people’s party did include the Commissioner in the list.
When asked what he did for the SPD government, villareho replied: “a lot of things. The kitchen Committee (in the house of Representatives) has been set up, and the people’s party and the Social Democratic Party have agreed that I will not go. ” In that conversation, the Commissioner also pointed out who he commissioned to organize the kitchen operation: “they told me, from Mrs. cospeda to the minister, the Secretary of state… The only person I don’t talk to personally is Rajoy, but I talk to him through a middleman. ”
The country subsequently did not release hours of talks with veraleho, a choice that led vox spokesmen to conclude that the newspaper had “self censored.”. Olona promised that if the prison authorities allowed, vox would bring a technical team to the prison to interrogate verareho to record their conversation, and they would submit the document in full later, without reducing the committee’s commitment to “transparency, transparency and stenographer”.
Vox leaders admit that they are doing this to put pressure on the PSOE and, together, we can reconsider their position and withdraw the veto over villareho. “We want to break the wall of consensus on progress,” he stressed. Vox admits that if PSOE and Unidos finally agree to call villarejo, they won’t be in jail any more and will ask questions when he goes to the Committee. Vox will request the Commissioner’s first appearance so that he can provide information on developments that require further appearance.
Olona denounced what he called the “irresponsibility” of the PSOE, which we can call some charges, especially those of the police, which were brought in the judicial process still in the national hearing, because he understood that any “dereliction of duty” in his speech to Congress could “endanger” the whole case.