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Spain: Sánchez on Pegasus, ‘serious safety problem’

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(ANSA) – MADRID, MAY 11 – “It is clear that there has been a problem in the communications security of the Spanish government”: said the Spanish Prime Minister, Pedro Sánchez, responding in Parliament to the opposition spokesman, Cuca Gamarra, who asked him to account for the dismissal – announced yesterday – of the director of the secret services, Paz Esteban.

The intelligence chief was removed from office after the government announced that Sánchez, Defense Minister Margarita Robles and Interior Minister Fernando Grande-Marlaska were spied on with Pegasus malware in 2021.

The opposition accuses the premier of satisfying the demands of independence parties, his parliamentary partners, who denounce an illegitimate espionage operation to secessionist exponents and attribute it to the National Intelligence Center. (HANDLE).

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Source: Ansa

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