Like every Wednesday this summer, today we bring you an episode of the podcast about the ins and outs of the journalistic investigation of the false master’s degree of Cristina Cifuentes, former president of the Community of Madrid.
This fourth episode tells of the race against the clock one morning to verify the signatures on the key record. The expert spent the whole night for a surprising result.
You will also have it available every morning on the rest of the platforms.
What is this?
elDiario.es has released this daily podcast to explain current events. Hosted by Juanlu Sánchez and with the help of the journalists from the newsroom of elDiario.es and other guests, we will focus on an issue from Monday to Friday: it can be a complex piece of news, an in-depth debate or a simple story that is worthwhile. A sound pill to accompany you at breakfast, on the way to work, during your lunch break or before bed.
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