The Prosecutor’s Office does not appreciate a crime in the collection of salary supplements in Podemos that are investigated in the “Neurona” case. Argues that They are not amounts collected in “b” but of supplements recognized in the payroll and in the party’s control bodies.
The public prosecutor insists that does not appreciate a crime in the salary bonuses because they were collected in a transparent way and with internal control. It stresses that the new procedures carried out by Judge Juan José Escalonilla represent a “new attempt” to audit the performance of a party with respect to facts that have already been clarified.
The Prosecutor’s Office draws attention to the popular accusation, represented by Vox and the Prolege Association, for asking that representatives of the party be charged with the mere fact of certifying the legality of the accessories. And it does so, he adds in the appeal, “on the basis of mistrusting party representatives who certify compliance with internal regulations.”
In fact, he continues, they even ask that one of them be considered, in reference to the secretary general, Ione Belarra, “who certifies the regularity of the supplements, as being investigated for a crime of concealment or procedural fraud.”
Or that data of the workers who charge these supplements as responsibility is revealed. For the public prosecutor, the new procedures carried out by the judge represent a “new try” to carry out an audit of the performance of a political formation regarding facts that have already been clarified.