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Infanta Cristina itself to stand trial for corruption case

The trial will begin on 9 February at the Audencia Provincial de Palma, accused of participating in the diversion of six million euros.
The Infanta Cristina de Borbon itself be judged by the NĂ³os case after the rejection of the Provincial Court of Palma to the formulations of his defense as to the legitimacy of the accusation made by the organization Manos Limpias.
Lawyers for the sister of King Philip VI argued that the demand for the foundation was invalid for being filed in solitary, but the tribal considers Clean Hands is entitled to charge the case.
On Friday, the court decided that the princess should explain whether two fiscal involvement in crimes allegedly committed by her husband, Inaki Urdangarin, so that the foundation asks eight years in prison while the prosecution seeks 19-year sentence.
Other major defendants are his partner, Diego Torres, and the wife, Ana Maria Tejeiro. They also accused the president of the Balearic Government Jaume Matas, exaltos executive positions as well as the communities of Madrid and Valencia.
On January 11, the defense of the princess and her husband tried on the judge hearing the case applied the doctrine Booty in 2007, allowed the president of Banco Santander, Emilio Botin, not go to trial for the crime with only one popular tax charge.

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