This video says about itself:
8 feb. 2014
Outside the court where Princess Cristina of Spain is being questioned a chorus of protest rose in the air. But is it the king’s younger daughter or the monarchy on trial?
The allegations against Cristina and her husband led to a recent poll showing support for the royal family is at an historic low. People want justice as one of the demonstrators who was wearing a cage on his head explained.
“We want that if the princess and Inaki Urdungarin are handed a prison sentence, they really do go to jail.”
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From daily The Independent in Britain:
Princess Cristina of Spain to stand trial for tax fraud charges
Sister of King Felipe VI will be the first family member to stand trial since Spain’s monarchy was restored in 1975
Spain’s Princess Cristina will stand trial on tax fraud charges on January 11, a court has announced.
She will be the first royal family member to stand trial since Spain’s monarchy was restored in 1975.
If convicted she could face up to four years in prison.
Urdangarin, a former Olympic handball medallist-turned-businessman, could face a possible sentence of up to 19 years if convicted.
Urdangarin is accused of using his title to embezzle about six million euro (£4.4 million) in public contracts through a non-profit foundation he and a business partner set up.
Felipe stripped Cristina of her title as Duchess of Palma de Mallorca – which she received on marrying Urdangarin in 1997 – earlier this year in a move to distance the royal family from the court process. Urdangarin automatically lost his title as duke.
Cristina is sixth in line of succession to the throne, and calls have increased for her to renounce her princess title and rights to the throne so as to protect the image of the monarchy ahead of the trial. The couple have not taken part in royal activities since 2011.
The case was one of several scandals to have affected the royal family under former king Juan Carlos, who abdicated in favour of Felipe last year. …
In a separate ruling, the Palma de Mallorca court dismissed a petition by Urdangarin’s former business partner for Felipe to give evidence in the case.