The Government of Castilla-La Mancha endorses the Anti-corruption thesis on the audios of Cospedal and Villarejo: "It must be investigated"

The Minister of Development of the Government of Castilla-La Mancha has assured this Tuesday that "in a separate piece or not, it is necessary to investigate" the last known audios about the conversations between the retired commissioner José Manuel Villarejo and the former general secretary of the PP María Dolores de Cospedal in relation to what is known as 'Operation Kitchen', about the alleged espionage of former 'popular' treasurer Luis Bárcenas.

On behalf of the Castilian-Manchego Government, and to questions from journalists during a press conference in Toledo, Nacho Hernando thus added to the Anticorruption theses known today. "I understand why the Prosecutor's Office insists on investigating," he said, to remember the accusation in the case of the former director general attached to the Presidency of the Government of Dolores de Cospedal in Castilla-La Mancha during the 2011-2015 legislature. “Andrés Gómez Gordo is a curator who is a friend of Villarejo”affirmed the adviser.

"If the river makes a noise its because water is running. The proverb is wise”, said Hernando, who has lamented “that there were people playing Russian roulette with our democracy”. He has branded the 'popular', without citing the party, as "trileros" and opposing the action of the socialist government in Castilla-La Mancha, compared to the four years of Dolores de Cospedal in the region. “We offer serious and solvent aid to citizens. It is what separates both governments”, concluded Nacho Hernando, who gave as an example the implementation of the Young Rent Bonus that has just been approved today in the Governing Council and to the "responsibility" of the Executive of Emiliano García-Page that will maintain the spending ceiling for 2023 at 7,554.3 million euros, a figure similar to that of this year, with a reduction of just over 22 million euros.

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