Antonio Torres del Moral

We found 1 article in which Antonio Torres del Moral said something. The most recent Antonio Torres del Moral’s quote is: “No, no. The monarch is untouchable. He can't appear before any judiciary organ. Justice is delivered in the King's name, and therefore it would make no sense. The King can't submit to a justice that is administered in his name.”. In addition, all sources we refer have quoted Antonio Torres del Moral 4 times. On this page, you will find all of Antonio Torres del Moral’s quotes organized by date and topic.

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It proves that the justice system is working acceptably well. We can't generalise and say it always works in this way. But in this case, which is highly sensitive, it is. Some politicians repeatedly said it would never come to court, insisting that justice was not the same for everyone. Well, this charge refutes that, and even the daughter of the King has been charged, with the possibility later of being judged. But that remains to be seen.

For several years already, or at least two years, various stories have undermined the credibility of the monarchy and the authority that the King has exercised since 1975. It is suffering from a reducing effect, which is politically serious for the monarchy, and therefore for Spain, because this is the political system the state has. The King did have authority, had enormous prestige, both nationally and internationally. I believe he still has it internationally. But inside Spain, whereas before he was overwhelmingly accepted, now his very position in office is being questioned.

No, no. The monarch is untouchable. He can't appear before any judiciary organ. Justice is delivered in the King's name, and therefore it would make no sense. The King can't submit to a justice that is administered in his name.

We can't predict, because between now and then the court might rule on the presentation by the prosecution against the charge. But just supposing the court did confirm the charge, it would mean the Princess would have to answer the judge's questions. She probably wouldn't have to actually appear in court. She would answer a questionnaire from her office, in writing.

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