British “The Times”: “Pedro Sanchez threatens to suspend the media due to corruption accusations against his wife.”

Pedro Sanchez – PSOE Photos

In a scathing article published by the influential British newspaper The Times, it stated the following: The Spanish Prime Minister, whose wife Begonia Gomez has been accused of using her position for influence peddling, said he would fight “fake news”.

British media indicate that Sanchez “threatens to strengthen control over the media and accuses it of pushing a judge in Madrid to “open a criminal investigation” into the financial affairs of his wife, Begonia Gomez.

times It states, “Pedro Sanchez threatens to shut down the media over corruption accusations against his wife.”

The newspaper says that “the opening of the case against Begonia Gomez, who allegedly used her position to peddle influence,” prompted Sanchez to announce “that she would take strict measures against her.” clay machine Right-wing,” the Spanish president adds, “This measure is part of what he called Democratic renewal.

The newspaper reports that Sanchez said in a radio interview on Tuesday that he wanted to address websites and digital pages, which he referred to as “fake media,” which “affects all democracies.”

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