Robles says that the king emeritus will have to assume responsibilities if the British justice considers it so


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The head of Defense, Margaret Robles, has wielded this Wednesday that the emeritus king will have to assume the responsibilities that correspond to him if the British justice considers it, in reference to the lawsuit filed by Corinna larsen that is already studied in the Royal Courts of Justice in London.

The minister stressed that it is “evident” that the behavior of the emeritus “does not like anyone” and that they are far from exemplary. Robles has wanted, yes, to vindicate the “great work” of the current king, Felipe VI, whom he has branded as “example of modernity and exemplarity”.

When asked about the Defense budget for the Royal Household, Robles has assured that there is no item contemplated in the State’s general budgets (PGE) for this purpose, which are “detailed, public and subject to parliamentary amendments.” “The Defense budget is absolutely transparent, both this year and next year. Everything is absolutely collected,” he defended.

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