Plus Ultra A judge investigates 15 high-ranking government officials for embezzlement
The Secretary of State for the Economy,
Ana de la Cueva,
ceased her duties this Monday night after three years in office, one of the most influential within the Ministry led by
De la Cueva, an economist and career civil servant, is one of those responsible for
the Recovery and Resilience Plan
recently sent to Brussels.
His position will be filled by
Gonzalo García Andrés,
who currently works at
Analistas Financieros Internacionales
The 'number two' of Economy is being investigated, along with 14 other high government officials, by the head of the examining court number 15 of Madrid for an alleged crime of embezzlement for the aid granted to the airline
The criminal proceedings, initiated after the complaint by
reached the members
of the Sepi Board of Directors
at the time of granting the ransom.
Among them, in addition to De la Cueva,
number two in the Treasury.
De la Cueva
was Secretary of State for the Economy and Business Support since 2018. Her duties also included the presidencies of the
Commission for the Prevention of Money Laundering
Investment Advisory Commission of the Reserve Fund of the Social Security.
Previously, she had worked in the
as director of the Cabinet of the Secretary of State for the Economy, between 2008 and 2009.
According to the criteria of The Trust Project
Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero
Fernando García MansoThe president of Plus Ultra: "The help we have received is the minimum essential and we have not signed Zapatero to get it"
Elections in MadridPablo Iglesias announces that he is leaving politics: "I am leaving all my positions"
EducationThe Covid-19 pandemic triggers 44% demand to study Medicine
See links of interest
Home THE WORLD TODAY
Stage 3 of the Giro, live: Biella - Canale
Real Betis - Granada CF
Fulham - Burnley