Queen Elizabeth II issued a more detailed account of the Spanish monarchy.
Concrete expenses on uniforms, computers, food and even wine.
The king’s annual salary, before taxes, is 292,752 euros.
Zarzuela lost in transparency to four European crowns.
The publication on Wednesday of the allocation received by the Spanish royal family of the State Budget, a total of 8,434,280 euros in 2011, is not sufficient to raise it more transparent to the monarchies of Europe. Although it has been revealed, of remuneration members of the royal family, among other expenses, the breakdown is not fully discussed certain items, such as investments and maintenance costs.
Compared with other European monarchies, the Spanish ranks among the last places as far as transparency is concerned. This classification leads the British royal family , which annually accounts minute detail. Between March 2010 and September 2011, Queen Elizabeth II and His own received 32.1 million pounds, about 40 million euros.
The British royal family spends the same amount of food that wine and spirits Of those 40 million, 16.4 were for personnel costs of the royal house. In that game even detailing the amounts spent on the salaries of all employees of the Crown, a total of 303, from waiters and cooks (1.9 million), administrative (4.6) and domestic workers (3.7) responsible for ceremonial attention to (2). The Spanish royal family spent 4,039,000 euros for this item.
However, the British go further and concrete, including the amount spent on wine and spirits (0.5 million euros), the same amount spent on food, computers and computer systems (0.2) and uniform protocol (0.1 million), items not specified in the Spanish case.
Queen Elizabeth II spends another 14.2 million euros in the maintenance of all its properties , among which Buckingham Palace (8.6), the Kensington (0.2) and Windsor Castle (4, 2), including water, gas and heating.
Detailing the means of transport and travel company official also spent 7.18 million more official trips, detailing what were the costs of those transfers that cost over 12,000 euros, the means of transport and the company have used in the case of journeys by air. For example, the trip he took Charles, Prince of Wales, by train on April 20, 2010 between Aberdeen and London had a cost of 27,610 euros.
However, despite the wealth that he blames the British monarchy, the royal family has been cut in recent years. If current spending period was EUR 2.15 million less than in 2009-2010, for the year 2012-2013 the allowance will be reduced to the state’s 37 million euros.