Spanish spy chief denies sending German princess on secret missions

She is the mysterious woman known to Spaniards as “the king’s friend”, but on Tuesday self-styled German princess Corinna zu Sayn-Wittgenstein became the centre of political debate as deputies in the Madrid parliament quizzed the country’s spy chief about her.

In a closed session, officials asked Félix Sanz, head of Spain’s Centre for National Intelligence, about whether Zu Sayn-Wittgenstein, who claims to have worked on secret missions for the Spanish government, had been used by the spy service.

Sanz had previously denied the claims, and deputies who attended the meeting, though banned by secrecy rules from revealing the details of his briefing, appeared to believe him.

But Cayo Lara, leader of the United Left coalition, said he left the meeting happy with Sanz but still concerned by the relations between the princess, the government and the king. “As far as Corinna is concerned, I am as disturbed as ever,” he said.

This posting first appeared in The Israel Star Chronicle

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