Complaint of the Prosecutor’s Office against Rocío Monasterio for the falsification of a visa for a work

The Madrid Prosecutor’s Office will file a complaint against the leader of Vox in the capital, Rocío Monastery, for the alleged forgery of a visa for the reform of an apartment in 2016. The Public Ministry, after months of investigating, understands that the leader of the far-right party could incur a crime of documentary falsity and announces the filing of a complaint.

The facts, according to unveiled in 2019 the newspaper El País, revolve around the reform of a loft in the Madrid neighborhood of Lavapiés owned by the actor Arturo Valls: According to the newspaper, he used a false visa from the Association of Surveyors several times in the procedures carried out before the town hall. The last of these procedures, the only one that has not prescribed, was in 2016 although the route of these documents dates back to 2005, and according to El País they affect a dozen properties.

Rocío Monasterio, Vox spokesperson in the Madrid Assembly since 2019 and party president in the capital from that same year, he was the head of the list of the ultra-rightist formation in the last autonomous elections. Politics is an architect and has been practicing this profession since the mid-nineties and was the newspaper of the PRISA group The one that began to uncover two years ago several cases of alleged irregularities in the visas used by the Monastery for certain reforms and works in the capital.

It was the Madrid College of Surveyors and Technical Architects itself that certified the irregularities that the Prosecutor’s Office is now going to bring to justice. A close-up processed before the consistory in 2005 did not appear in its archives and was used, supposedly, in successive ways, being the authentic and copied document corresponded to another matter.

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