VIDEO: Outrage as Pedro Sánchez puts his hand in his pocket to receive the King of Spain in viral video KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Wednesday, April 24, 2024

VIDEO: Outrage as Pedro Sánchez puts his hand in his pocket to receive the King of Spain in viral video

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Outrage as Pedro Sánchez puts his hand in his pocket to receive the King of Spain in viral video.

Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez has suspended public duties to "stop and reflect" on whether to remain in the job, after a court opened a preliminary inquiry into his wife.

Spanish screaming: Españoles gritandoa Pedro Sánchez: "Sin vergüenza, sácate las manos de los bolsillos".

In a statement, the Spanish leader said he urgently needed to decide "whether I should continue to lead the government or renounce this honour".

The court said it was responding to corruption claims against Begoña Gómez.

Mr Sánchez said his wife would defend her honour and work with the judiciary.

The complaint against Begoña Gómez was raised by anti-corruption campaigners Manos Limpias (Clean Hands), who have taken part in a number of high-profile court cases in recent years and are led by a man linked to the far right.

The Spanish prime minister said he would make a decision on his future before the media on Monday 29 April, after reflecting whether it was worth remaining in office "despite the mud" that the right and far right were trying to turn politics into.

In a lengthy statement on X, Mr Sánchez complained of a "strategy of harassment" over months aimed at weakening him politically and personally targeting his wife.

The court did not give details of the accusations against Begoña Gómez other than to say it had begun investigating allegations of influence peddling and corruption on 16 April.

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