The expectation is maximum in Vigo on Tuesday morning for the visit of King Felipe VI, in what is his first official act after Monday’s meeting with his father in Zarzuela. The agenda is double, with the inaugurations of the City of Justice and the naval fair of Vigo Navalia, and in the first of the appointments of the day he kept silent.

Felipe VI arrived in the midst of a large security device at the judicial facilities that are inaugurated this Tuesday and, upon arrival, around 200 people were waiting for him outside who received him with applause and cheers. “Long live the King”, “Long live Felipe” and “Long live the Queen” despite the fact that Doña Letizia does not accompany him on this trip were some of the cries of support dedicated to him.

The monarch greeted the public as soon as he got out of the car and then the authorities, without maintaining any contact with the media waiting outside to ask him about the meeting with his father. Despite informants shouting questions like “Your Majesty, how did you see his father?”, there was no answer.

The monarch arrived in the city a day after Juan Carlos I left the same airport for Madrid after a weekend of regattas in Sanxenxo in which he also received great support from the public, with concentrations of hundreds of people every day. of his stay to show him his support in what was his return to Spain after almost two years in Abu Dhabi.

In Vigo, His Majesty is meeting with political and judicial authorities from all over the country who attended the inauguration of the new judicial headquarters in Vigo. The president of the CGPJ, Carlos Lesmes; the Minister of Justice, Pilar Llop; the president of the Xunta, Alfonso Rueda; the former Galician president and leader of the PP, Alberto Nuñez Feijóo; and the mayor of Vigo, Abel Caballero, were waiting for him in the access square to the courts, where a long-awaited family photo was taken. They then entered the building to visit the new facilities and participate in a meeting with the magistrates of various High Courts of Justice.

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