Spain’s lower house of parliament, Congress, on Thursday published the asset declarations of lawmakers voted in at the April 28 general election. The statements include detailed information on the income, assets and debt of the public officials. Eleven deputies failed to submit their information in time for it to be published on the Congress webpage, including Marcos de Quinto from the center-right Ciudadanos (Citizens), who has more than €50 million in assets, according to his party.
Here are the figures of government members and some of Spain’s top lawmakers.
Calvo declared she made €66,291 in 2018. The acting justice minister has three apartments, a garage, €61,524 in her bank account, two pension plans worth €100,000 and owes Santander Bank €127,517.
|Deputy prime minister||€36,045|
|Professor of constitutional law at the University of Córdoba (earned in 2018)||€29,906|
|University of Valencia||€340|
|Two apartments (Córdoba and Madrid), a garage (Córdoba) and a house (Cabra, Córdoba)|
|Pension plans and life insurance||€81,474|
|Mortgage (amount remaining)||€127,517|
The acting interior minister has €400,000 in his bank account for selling a property in 2018. He has declared that he will reinvest the money before October 2020.
|Remuneration as magistrate with three-year period (January to May 2018)||€45,598|
|Remuneration as interior minister with three-year period||€55,398|
|House in Madrid|
|Iberdrola shares (5,000) and Telefónica shares (5,000)||€10,000|
|BMW X3 (2015) and a Mini Cooper (2017)|
The acting justice minister declared her income as a public prosecutor of Spain’s High Court, the Audiencia Nacional, and as a member of government, which totals €64,479. Delgado also declared two apartments in Madrid and one in Huesca, two bank accounts with €89,500, a mortgage of €477,000 and a VW Golf car made in 2000.
|Salary as prosecutor (January-June 2018)||€33,052|
|Salary as minister (July-December 2018)||€31,427|
|Two homes in Madrid (50%) and an apartment Huesca (50%)|
|25% stake in L. Finca Sahona||€1,000|
|Volkswagen Golf (2000)|
|Caixabank mortgage (amount remaining)||€477,000|
The minister of science and former astronaut made €88,872 in 2018. He has a flat and a house in Alicante, another home in Madrid and €316,712 in his bank account. Duque also manages a shares and funds portfolio worth €952,778, and owns a car and a boat.
|Associate professor in the Technical University of Madrid||€2,246|
|Account yields and capital gains||€33,519|
|Two homes (one with a garage, inherited) in Alicante and another in Madrid|
|Saving accounts, deposits and financial accounts||€316,712|
|Shares portfolio |
Copenhague Gestores de Inmuebles SL
Astrocamp Ventures SL
|A boat and a car|
The new secretary of the anti-austerity party Podemos has not declared any income and stated that he only has €22,694 in his savings account.
The Barcelona deputy from the PP made €50,966 for her work in media. She has an apartment in Madrid, one in France and another in Argentina, as well as a country home in Toledo. In her bank account, she has €397,244. She owns shares in Libertad Digital and a Polo car (2014).
The former secretary of Podemos only declared his income from the party, which is close to €48,000 and a loan of €3,569 from the Dependence Law. He owns a flat in Zaragoza and has €44,859 in the bank and and €4,019 in litecoins and bitcoins.
Acting Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez, of the Socialist Party (PSOE), made €96,391 in 2018. Of that amount, €16,666 was earned from the author rights to his book Manual de Supervivencia (or, Survival Guide). He owns two homes and two garages in Madrid with his wife, and has €40,470 in the bank and a pension plan of €104,091. He is still to pay off a mortgage worth €90,530.
|PSOE secretary general (January-May 2018)||€30,261|
|Prime minister (June-December 2018)||€35,299|
|Two homes (one 50% owned) and two parking spots (one 50% owned)|
|Bank deposit/ Pension plan||€40,470|
|Stocks (from April 2018)||€5,856|
|Mortgage (amount remaining)||€90,530|
The leader of Ciudadanos owes €300,000 from two mortgages taken out in 2004 and 2008, with a value of more than €471,500. Rivera has two homes in Barcelona (50% owned), and made almost €90,000 as a deputy in Congress and the leader of his party.
|Interest on savings account||€2|
|Two homes with parking (50%) in Barcelona|
The leader of the far-right Vox group declared that his main source of income comes from his party. Abascal received €55,149 for leading the party in 2018. He also has €13,356 in a savings account, an off-road Jeep Commander and a BMW motorbike. And he owes Bankia €13,500 for two personal loans.
|Employed on behalf of Vox as the party leader||€55,148|
|Jeep Commander and BMW R80RT motorbike|
The leader of the Popular Party (PP) declared that he was given a salary of €47,720 in 2018 by the party. He also made €1,700 for a presentation and €476 for share yield. He has €18,923 in stocks, a home and garage in Madrid, €30,831 in the bank, and a mortgage of €234,682.
|Courses, presentations and seminars||€1,700|
|Family home and garage in Madrid (50%)|
|Home mortgage (remaining amount)||€234,682|
The leader of Podemos has reduced the mortgage on the country home he bought with his partner Irene Montero in Galapagar to €475,588.08.
The couple originally took out a mortgage of €540,000, according to their declarations. In addition to his salary as a deputy, Iglesias made €46,460.21 for “economic activities.”
|Bank interest on savings account||€38|
|Home in Galapagar (Madrid) 50% and another in Ávila|
|Shared savings account||€5,834|
|Motorbike (2012) and car (2017)|
|Mortgage loan (amount remaining)||€475,588|