Posts tagged ‘dukes of palma’

May 19, 2014

El yerno del Rey de España defraudó 337.138 euros entre 2007 y 2008

Los Duques de Palma han conseguido poner a la marca espana en las portadas de todos los diarios del mundo, que no se diga que no curran por el regimen

January 15, 2014

Infanta Cristina charged with tax fraud and money laundering

crismantilla1 The Spanish royal family was battered by further scandal on Tuesday when the youngest daughter of King Juan Carlos was named as a formal suspect in a long-running corruption inquiry.
Nevertheless, the news that Cristina herself had been charged in the case came as a surprise, not only because the court had resisted doing so for so long, but because it seemed to suggest even to this jaded country that equality before the law might actually exist. At a newsstand on Barcelona’s Las Ramblas, the headline of every paper noted the event in bold face.  “I think it’s good that they’re treating her like anyone else,” says kiosk worker Angeles Sánchez. “It’s about time.”
Princess Cristina, 48, has been summoned to answer allegations of money laundering and tax evasion. The princess would be the first member of the king’s family to appear in court since the restoration of the monarchy in 1975.
The charges relate to alleged embezzlement by her husband, Iñaki Urdangarin. The former Olympic handball player and his business partner, Diego Torres, are accused of siphoning off €5.8m of public funds.The money was allegedly funnelled through their not-for-profit Instituto Nóos and their family business Aizoon, of which Cristina is co-owner.

September 12, 2012

New facelift for the Spanish royal family


“my bald head itches” says JC

After the infamous “Elephant incident“, the “Froilan furtive shots” and the fraud scandal of the Dukes of Palma, image consultants of the Spanish royal family have designed an ambitious facelift plan: first they sended the Queen to Philippines, the King himself asked for sorry in a very emotive brief declaration in all TV channels, Prince Philipo appeared in many events related to business and finances (always good for the country), and they all have been seen much more than often in many sports acts and social acts.
If the popularity of the Spanish Royal Family had decreased in these last few years due to the Royal behaviour of some of their members, it seems this elaborated facelift plan is giving better results than Rajoy’s girl. (“Rajoy’s girl saga” was one of the most famous media events of the past years in the Spanish Regime)

People has now forgotten those elephants hunts in Botswana and those fraud scandals, and things are back where they were thanks to their efforts in the media. The press officer of the Royal Household has given several interviews in recent days (something not very usual in the Spanish regime) to promote the new look of the Spanish Crown to the media. The people of Spain have thanked them with a brand new website where every Royal member’s got his/her own Royal profile, her own photoalbum etc.. included, of course, the Dukes of Palma… aren’t they cute?

December 18, 2011

A very high number of Spanish citizens believe that the royal family knew about the illegal activities of the Dukes of Palma, but not reported to the authorities

encuesta sobre el conocimiento de la familia real española sobre las actividades delictivas del duque de palma