The Supreme Prosecutor's Office opposes investigating Ayuso for the donation of a flat that he received from his parents
The Prosecutor's Office of the Supreme Court has presented a report before the Second Chamber of the judicial body requesting the inadmissibility of the complaint filed by the Free Association of Lawyers (ALA) against the president of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, by a alleged crime of property removal upon receiving in 2011 a flat from his parents as a donation.
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In a letter of October 26, to which Europa Press has had access, the prosecutor Javier Zaragoza has requested that the inadmissibility be agreed and "the filing of the proceedings" in view of the "manifest absence of circumstantial elements that prove that the facts that are they impute to him to the aforada can be constitutive of crime, declaring himself incompetent for the investigation relative to the remaining defendants ".
The association accuses Díaz Ayuso of allegedly "accepting the donation made by his parents of what was their family home, in order to remove it from any execution that could be agreed upon in the event of non-payment of the loan-guarantee."
The Prosecutor's Office has assured that the leader "neither had any relationship or participation in the activity of the company Infortécnica SL, nor did it benefit in any way from the credit-guarantee granted by Avalmadrid to this company, nor can it be considered a debtor in relation to the non-payment of that credit (which excludes the possibility of being considered the material author of the crime) ".