Vox parliamentary spokesman, Iván Espinosa de los Monteros, announced on Tuesday in his personal Twitter account his declaration of assets and heritage, registered in the Chamber at the end of July and that the deputy criticizes that it has not yet been published officially by Congress on its website.
The House of Representatives published on June 6 on its website the declarations of assets and assets of most of the elected deputies on April 28 and only those of some deputies who had pending proceedings were missing. Among them was Marcos de Quinto, from Ciudadanos, who published it a week later, and Iván Espinosa de los Monteros (Vox), among others.
To this day, Espinosa de los Monteros is the only one of the 350 deputies elected in April whose assets and income still do not appear in their file of Congress. On the other hand, the declarations of property of deputies who took possession of their seat last July, taking advantage of the investiture plenary session of the socialist candidate, Pedro Sánchez, are published.
Three months after the general elections
Thus, the deputy of Vox has decided to make it known through his profile of the aforementioned social network, where he explains that he presented it in July, "once the IRPF has been liquidated". Specifically, he did it on the 30th of said month, three months after the elections.
"Then, why doesn't it appear on the Congress website yet? Well, because they take their time, they have their procedures," he says, adding that while the Lower House "decides to publish it," he wanted to advance its content knowing that "there is going to be someone to criticize her" and "attack" her.
The Bureau of Congress is responsible for approving the publication of the various declarations of assets of the honorable members, and this Wednesday will hold its first meeting of the new session.
What Espinosa de los Monteros did from the beginning was his declaration of activities although, like the rest of parliamentarians, he will not know if he receives endorsement from the Chamber for activities outside the Congress that he may have declared, until the Commission is constituted of the Statute of the Deputy.
In the document, collected by Europa Press, the Vox spokesman declares that in the last fiscal year he had an income of about 97,000 euros: 48,397.64 euros obtained them for the exercise of his professional activity, 35,287.32 for the rental of a property, 13,009.04 for interest on the loan granted to the company of which he is a sole member and administrator (Citrum, SL), and 50 euros for a collaboration in a media outlet. He paid the Treasury almost 35,000 euros.
Separation of Property
Married to the spokeswoman for Vox in Madrid, Rocío Monasterio, but in a regime of separation of property, the deputy also declares full possession of a home and an office in Madrid, as well as a home and two offices of the society of which he is shareholder.
It also has 1.12 million euros in shares of three real estate companies - 804.128.9 euros in Citrum, 315.889.5 in Premium Capital Management and 3.010 in Valtierra Investments - as well as 7.688.7 in current accounts, 50,000 euros lent to your company Citrum, 53,757.49 euros in pension plans and a 2016 BMW vehicle.
Finally, it has four outstanding loans: three with Bankinter, of which it remains to pay about 462,000 euros and another with an investee company with an outstanding balance of 197,000 euros.
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