“It’s like 80s fashion, its time has passed and a lot of people are ashamed”

The King Emeritus is back in Abu Dhabi, but the echoes of his visit still resonate in the political debate. The left and independence parties continue to oppose this trip, while the right takes the defense of Juan Carlos I. The last was Isabelle Diaz Ayusowho during an interview on Onda Cero assured that the monarch did not have to give explanations.

In the video above, Dani Mateo analyzes Ayuso’s statements, in which he also joked that “the communist gentlemen in government” wanted to impose the agenda on the king emeritus, as well as the political ‘attraction’ of the monarchfor which he used a curious simile: “It’s like the fashion of the 80s, its time has passed and a lot of people are embarrassed, but it threatens to come back every few minutes”.

“King Juan Carlos says he sweats everything”

In this video, Cristina Gallego translates “perfectly” the statement of the Royal House: “In fact, what they meant was that Sofía said that a stick had not hit this man and that they had sniffed all the food planted next to the door.”


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