Iñaki Urdangarin will leave three days in prison to volunteer
Iñaki Urdangarin He has received his first birthday present. The husband of the Infanta Cristina, who tomorrow blows 52 candles, You can leave the prison of Brieva (Ávila) for three days to volunteer in the center of Hogar Don Orione de Pozuelo de Alarcón (Madrid).
Last November, the son-in-law of King Juan Carlos I asked the prison supervision court of Castilla y León to extend his weekly departures from two to three days to collaborate in the volunteer center. Currently, Urdangarin departs on Tuesdays and Thursdays for eight hours to move to the center of Madrid.
The prison surveillance judge, Florencio de Marcos, considers that these outings are having a "positive" effect since they are "alleviating, in large part, the situation of social isolation in which the inmate is«.
For this decision, the court has taken into account the evaluation of the dependent care center where Urdangarin carries out his volunteer work. In all the sections that are evaluated, the Hogar Don Orione center has rated Urdangarin with the highest scores: 10 and 9. In this way, they consider that there is no problem to extend the number of days in which the exduque de Palma leaves prison.
Urdangarin began this September 19 with this volunteer work and, after three months, the assessment of the center is increasingly positive. In fact, the center director Francisco Sánchez has applauded his attitude and He has recognized "his great effort."
Christmas with the family
Iñaki Urdangarin enjoyed four days of prison permit To spend Christmas with your family. King Felipe VI's brother-in-law traveled to Vitoria, where he shared a few days with his whole family. Among them, the infant Cristina, her four children Juan Valentín, Irene, Miguel and Pablo, her mother and her brothers.
The exduque of Palma serving a five-year and ten-month sentence for the Nóos case for crimes of embezzlement, prevarication, public administration fraud and two tax crimes.