17 thoughts on “King Juan Carlos of Spain, bye bye

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  7. SPAIN: Having lost his immunity from prosecution, former king Juan Carlos took a step toward regaining legal protection against lawsuits today.

    An amendment passed by the lower house of parliament means any case involving him must be examined by the Supreme Court, which has a higher threshold for proof.

    His immunity previously stopped two lawsuits in 2012, both of which were seeking paternity tests.

    http://morningstaronline.co.uk/a-bd45-World-in-brief-26062014#.U602-bHIzRk

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  16. SPAIN: The European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg found in favour yesterday of two Spaniards who set fire in public to a photo of Spain’s king and queen, ruling that this was a matter of freedom of expression.

    Enric Taulats and Jaume Capellera, who burnt the photo during the king’s visit to Girona, were sentenced to 15 months in prison for insulting the monarchy, though that was later reduced to a fine.

    The court deemed their protest political not personal and involved a “permissible degree of provocation” to convey their message.

    https://morningstaronline.co.uk/article/world-in-brief-march-14-18

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