Monday, December 4

The judge investigating Mónica Oltra proposes to extend the case for six months and removes her from the electoral race

The Investigating Court number 15 of Valencia, which directs the investigation to the former Valencian vice president Mónica Oltra and other senior officials for the abuses of the ex-husband of the former Minister of Equality and Inclusive Policies to a minor under the guardianship of the Generalitat, has proposed to the parties to extend investigation for a period “equal to or less” than six months.

The extreme right takes advantage of the conviction of her ex-husband for abuse to harass Mónica Oltra

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With this decision, Oltra is practically out of the race to once again lead the Compromís candidacy for the presidency of the Generalitat Valenciana, a position for which the Valencian deputy in Congress, Joan Baldoví, has already applied.

Oltra, who testified before the judge on September 19, is recorded as being investigated in a case opened by this court for supposedly maneuvering to hide a case of abuse of a minor under the care of the Generalitat for which her ex-husband was convicted, in a sentence which is being appealed to the Supreme Court.

In a car to which EFE has had access, the investigating judge cites as a witness – still without a specific date – the woman (then a minor) who was the victim of abuse by Oltra’s ex-husband and who was then her sentimental partner .

Character of Miquel Real

Likewise, it confirms the appearance in the case of Miquel Real, who was Oltra’s chief of staff and who currently works as an advisor to the Vice Presidency and the Ministry of Equality and Inclusive Policies.