Sánchez will visit the 'progressive' pavilion of Spain in Dubai in which he has spent 11 million

The president of the Government, Pedro Sanchez, will travel to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) on February 2 to visit the Spanish pavilion at the 2020 Dubai World Expo. This pavilion has cost more than 11 million of euros and is built on the basis of the most progress folded to the 2030 Agenda.

Sources close to the Executive of Sánchez have confirmed that he will travel to the Arab country to visit this pavilion on the occasion of Spain’s Day at the Expo. OKDIARIO has had access to the contracts of the General State Administration dedicated to the construction of this pavilion and which were awarded since Pedro Sánchez arrived at Moncloa.

It is about twenty contracts, some of them without advertising, where the main expenses were destined to the architectural study and the assembly of the facilities and equipment. The result, as published by OKDIARIO this Tuesday, is that of a pavilion where the international image of Spain and its identity are diluted between mantras of socialcommunism such as “Sustainability”, “inclusion” or “egalitarianism”. Its total cost is estimated at more than 11 million euros.

The body responsible for its construction, Acción Cultural Española, was led by the Socialist MEP Iban García del Blanco until 2020 and then assumed command José Andrés Torre Mora, Chief of Staff of José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero before it reached La Moncloa.

In exile of Juan Carlos I

Sources close to the Government have also assured that Pedro Sánchez will not hold any meeting with the King Emeritus Juan Carlos I, who has resided in the United Arab Emirates since August 2020. The Emeritus left Spain after OKDIARIO revealed the scandals about his fortune in Switzerland.

It had been speculated that it was Felipe VI who would travel to the Arab country to visit the Spain pavilion at the Dubai World Expo 2020, but finally it will be the President of the Government who will be in charge of representing Spain at this event. The visit of the socialist leader coincides with the debate on the possible return of Juan Carlos I to Spain.

The Office of the Supreme Court Prosecutor is about to close the three open investigations into Don Juan Carlos, which would theoretically pave the way for his return to Spain. For the moment, the Government denies that it is coordinating the return with Casa Real, insisting that it is up to Don Juan Carlos and Zarzuela to determine when it occurs and on what terms.

However, Sánchez has said that in his opinion Juan Carlos I should give “Explanations” to the Spaniards for the actions that it has carried out in recent years and that have been the subject of investigation, although these will not ultimately lead to a judicial process.

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