Esperanza Aguirre’s hit-and-run may be tried as a crime, says Madrid court

Former regional premier’s defense contends that April incident was just a minor contravention

PP chief proposes coalition to combat Catalan independence drive

General secretary of party, María Dolores de Cospedal, accuses secessionists of totalitarian attitude

LATIN AMERICA

Chile’s business sector blames the economic slowdown on reforms

President Michelle Bachelet rejects claims and says deep change is needed to end inequality

BOLIVIA

“Sexists off the lists”

Bolivian activists successfully push for resignation of candidates accused of domestic violence

Masterpieces by Bosch, Tintoretto and Van der Weyden to remain at Prado

Government plans to turn down a petition to have them transferred to a new royal museum

Who are Spain’s 17,621 “aforados?”

A guide to the many dignitaries who enjoy immunity from standing trial in the lower courts

GOVERNMENT REFORMS

15,000 members of Spain’s legal profession could lose their immunity

PP government wants to eliminate “aforamiento” for judges, attorneys and justices of the peace

MEDIA

TV shows fined for showing sexual content at children’s viewing times

Antena 3 and Telecinco will pay €150,000 each for airing explicit stories about prostitution

TELEVISION

Jordi Évole: A voice that breaks the silence

The satirist’s show about the Valencia Metro tragedy has shown him to be a peerless investigator