Spanish Government could grant civil and criminal gauging to Juan Carlos I

Juan Carlos I, in about a month would enjoy the gauging for civil and criminal cases, which covers all actions of his private life. The Popular Party introduced today in the Congress an amendment for a draft law to speed up the legal protection of Juan Carlos I, who after his...

Juan Carlos will not attend the proclamation of Philip VI

The royal house informed yesterday that Juan Carlos I will not attend the proclamation of his son Philip as king to give him “more prominence”. After the proclamation, Kings Philip VI and Letizia plan to travel in a vehicle through the main streets of Madrid to the...

Spanish Congress approves abdication of Juan Carlos I

Spanish deputies approved this Wednesday the abdication of King Juan Carlos I, to give rise to the proclamation of Philip VI, despite calls for a referendum about monarchy or republic. The law was adopted by 299 votes in favor, 19 against and 23 abstentions by Deputies. Smaller...

Five amendments are filed against abdication law of Juan Carlos

Five amendments were filed against the project that will make effective abdication of Juan Carlos I by parties that ask for a referendum about the monarchy in Spain. The draft law would count with a large majority support in the House of Representatives, which will be debated on...