When Carlos Alsina asked the minister spokesperson yesterday on Onda Cero what had made them think that proclaiming from the rooftops that the phones of the president and the defense minister had been 'hacked' would contribute to national security, she replied that Spain is the fourth country in the world and the second in Europe that offers the most cybersecurity guarantees. She also said the complaint was an act of transparency, the same one the government lacks when it withholds details of the president's Falcon trips from him. It is clear that the government's problem is mobile phones.
The official management of this matter is being unfortunate, but it has managed to hide the atmosphere of confusion that began to emerge a few weeks ago with the invasion of Ukraine.
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