The proceedings, which were initiated following the information that Ciudadanos had sent to the Prosecutor’s Office in 2019, investigate the expenditure of 168,000 euros, partly from subsidies, which the CUP-Crida Constituent parliamentary group would have allocated to promote the 1 October referendum. On 3 August, as part of the investigation, agents of the National Police entered the party’s headquarters, and on 23 August, a member of the 2017 secretariat was summoned to testify under suspicion of a possible crime of embezzlement. As a matter of fact, the summoning of those involved in the enabling of the referendum campaign commenced in February but was stalled due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic.
15 September 2020
3 September 2020
23 August 2020
The Anti-Corruption Prosecutor’s Office investigates the CUP for ’allocating public funds to the 1 October referendum’
10 August 2020
7 August 2020
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