Pilar Urbano will participate in the Proa Observatory of Communication: “State plot to save the Infanta.”

Next Thursday, May 24 at 9:00 a.m. in the Degussa headquarters (c / Velazquez 2), a new edition of the Proa Observatory of Communication will be held. On this occasion, Pilar Urbano will intervene with her dissertation: ‘State Plot to Save the Infanta’, the core of her latest book, ‘La pieza 25’.

The play speaks of pacts in the dark, dirty games of purchase of an acquittal, fiscal pressures, threats to a judge, stratagems, war between togas. The incisive and courageous writer offers a unique document, true investigative journalism where everything is narrated with intensity, action and detail so that it can be read as a novel despite not being fiction but pure and hard reality. At the end of the act, after the colloquium, the author will sign books of ‘La Pieza 25’.

The Proa Observatories are stable discussion forums that include the participation of prominent executives, politicians and professionals. They are born with the vocation to be a laboratory of ideas where a genuine dialogue is encouraged to discuss current business issues, as well as corporate reputation, brand and public issues as important elements for the improvement of companies.

Among the personalities that have participated in these meetings include the economist Manuel Conthe, the former Minister of Public Administration Jordi Sevilla, the former Minister of Education, Culture and Sports José Ignacio Wert, the writer and priest Pablo D’Ors, the Director of Communication Externa of Deloitte, Antonio Belmonte, and the Director of Communication and Institutional Relations of El Corte Inglés, José Luis González-Besada, and the High Commissioner for the Spain Brand, Carlos Espinosa de los Monteros, among others.