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Ayuso's partner admits guilt and accepts eight months in prison, contradicting the Community of Madrid

Ayuso's partner admits guilt and accepts eight months in prison, contradicting the Community of Madrid

Maria Jose Gonzalez

April 24, 2024 | 12:00 p.m.

Details of the confession and the political consequences in a case of tax fraud that shakes Madrid

On February 2, 2024, Alberto González Amador, partner of the president of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, He faced his reality before the Prosecutor's Office by admitting that he had committed tax fraud. This confession not only confirms his guilt but also reveals the delaying tactics and misinformation strategies that Ayuso's entourage has been using since the case was uncovered.

González Amador not only confessed to having defrauded the Treasury, Instead, he offered a plea deal that included a fine of 140.000 euros and an eight-month prison sentence., which would not imply his imprisonment. The sum defrauded, including interest, amounted to more than half a million euros, highlighting the serious impact of his actions on public coffers.

Ayuso's partner admits guilt and accepts eight months in prison, contradicting the Community of Madrid

This agreement was reached in an email sent by the defense of González Amador to a generic address of the Prosecutor's Office, which underlines the seriousness with which the defendant sought to mitigate the consequences of his actions. The revelation of this email and the agreement assumed by González refute the previous claims of his innocence and the alleged political persecution to which he and Ayuso would have been subjected.

Attempts at manipulation and the response of the authorities

Contrary to the statements of the Government of Madrid, that suggested a campaign orchestrated by the central government against Ayuso, the Prosecutor's Office acted independently and in accordance with the law. There were no signs of external pressure or manipulation of the case, as had been erroneously reported to the public.

The prosecutor in charge of the case remained firm in his position of not accepting pressure or agreements that were not framed in the usual laws and procedures. This was evident when he rejected the defense's initial suggestions, focusing on ensuring that all those involved in the submission of false invoices were equally prosecuted and punished.

The media impact and false narratives

Media coverage of the case also played a crucial role. Various media outlets, influenced by sources close to the Ayuso government, initially presented a distorted version of events. However, documents and internal communications from the Prosecutor's Office, subsequently revealed, demonstrated that González Amador's defense was the one that initiated the negotiations for the plea agreement.

The role of the press in clarifying these facts It was fundamental, although not without challenges. Some journalists faced threats and accusations from Ayuso's entourage, which highlights the tension between the regional government and the media that seek to report objectively.

This case has not only highlighted the personal and legal failures of an individual, but it has also revealed the strategies of some political sectors to manipulate the truth for their own benefit.. Now, with the facts clear and justice underway, citizens hope that trust in their institutions will be restored and that transparency will prevail.

Meanwhile, the Community of Madrid and Its leadership must reflect on its relationship with truth and justice, recognizing that respect for the law is fundamental to the health of any democracy. This situation leaves a clear lesson: the truth always finds a way to come to light, and it is everyone's duty to ensure that it does.

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