The vice president of the Generalitat Valenciana, Mónica Oltra, has decided to maintain her public agenda while waiting to find out if she is finally charged, as claimed by a judge and the superior prosecutor of the Superior Court of Justice of the Valencian Community, for the alleged crimes of prevarication , abandonment of minors and omission of the duty to prosecute crimes.

This Tuesday, the leader of Compromís has traveled to Venice, where she has participated as a guest of the International Organization for Migration (IOM) in the workshop “Inclusion, creativity and human potential” of the Includ-EU project.

While the “number two” and spokesperson for the Government of Ximo Puig was on an official trip to Italy, the deadline to file reversal appeals against the resolution dated June 9 by which the Civil and Criminal Chamber of the The Valencian TSJ begins the process to decide whether to cite Mónica Oltra as accused for the alleged cover-up of the sexual abuse of a minor under the care of the Generalitat for which her ex-husband, Luis Eduardo Ramírez Icardi, was convicted.

The aforementioned resolution established that the proceedings be passed on to Antonio Ferrer, appointed as the reporting magistrate, so that he submits the appropriate resolution regarding the imputation of Mónica Oltra to the Chamber’s deliberation. Along with Ferrer, the investigation of the regional vice president is in the hands of the president of the TSJ, Pilar de la Oliva, and former Anti-Corruption prosecutor Vicente Torres.

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The superior prosecutor of the Valencian high court claims the imputation of Mónica Oltra, argued in a 69-page document signed by Teresa Gisbert that concludes that the leader of Compromís gave a “verbal” order to cover up the case of sexual abuse and later discredit to the victim.

Despite the increase in political and media pressure, Mónica Oltra has maintained her official agenda (last week she traveled to Milan and she has opted for Venice) and has reiterated that she does not intend to resign. The president of the Generalitat, Ximo Puig, at the moment does not seem for the work of dismissing his “number two” and spokesman for the Valencian Executive.