Absolute support from the Executive to the Minister of the Interior, Fernando Grande-Marlaska, and to the director of the Civil Guard, María Gámez. "He has all the support of the Prime Minister," said the spokesperson and finance minister, María Jesús Montero, this morning at the press conference after the Council of Ministers. With this phrase, the Executive has held Marlaska at the time of Greater weakness at the head of the Interior after dismissing Colonel of the Civil Guard, Diego Pérez de los Cobos, due to the judicial report on the 8-M demonstration. An action that directly affected the Executive and that the Minister has always decoupled from this cessation.
But today El Confidencial has revealed an internal note from Gámez, to which EL MUNDO has also had access, which is reflected in writing that he was dismissed for "not reporting the development of investigations and judicial actions by the Civil Guard, within the framework operating and the Judicial Police, for the purposes of knowledge "and the Ministry has been forced to admit that the dismissal occurred for not failing to comply with the communication procedure, contrary to what the minister has maintained, who denied that he or someone Your department will request information about it or will not be interested in the content of the report.
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