MADRID, 2 Dic. (EUROPA PRESS) -
Podemos has asked the judge of the National Court that is investigating the alleged illegal orders that Iberdrola would have made to the retired commissioner José Manuel Villarejo to keep him separate from this piece of the 'Tándem' macro-cause, considering that the criminal action is already "sufficiently covered "by the rest of the parties.
In a letter from this Thursday, to which Europa Press has had access, the political party communicates to the head of the Central Court of Instruction Number 6 that it desists from exercising the popular accusation, assuring that, with their work to date, they have "contributed to the purification of the facts investigated".
In this separate piece, number 17 of 'Tándem', the judge investigates the illegal orders that the company would have made to the retired commissioner José Manuel Villarejo since 2004 and for which he would have pocketed more than one million euros. It has lost steam in recent months after the Criminal Chamber has filed for the main investigated, among which is the president of the energy company, Ignacio Sánchez Galán.
The 'purple' party defends in its writing that it has promoted from the beginning the investigation of these "serious criminal behaviors allegedly committed by a police plot, as well as by what has been commonly known as the 'patriotic police'". Along these lines, Podemos defends its role in persecuting the alleged "collaborators and clients" of this plot.
"The performance of this popular accusation has allowed to purify and clarify very relevant facts for the good end of the investigation. Given the current state of the file, there are already persons in this separate piece both the public accusation represented by the Public Prosecutor, who has as a mission to promote the action of justice in defense of legality, the rights of citizens and the public interest protected by law, as well as private accusations in defense of the rights of the alleged victims", concludes Podemos.