Botin Doctrine and Tax Evasion: Antecedent from the Royal Throne of Spain

Tax evasion as an international crime has been haunting Cristina Federica Victoria from the Royal Family of Spain.

The allegations of fraudulent publicly-funded contracts worth €5.8 m (£4.3m) through the Instituto Nóos, a not-for-profit organisation that organised sport and tourism conferences in the Balearic islands is a notable factor.

It is fact that private interests of inland revenue are harmed, although botin doctrinecristina.png states that states that, if a case is brought by popular action not supported by the state, the defendant cannot be prosecuted.


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