Imanol Arias, very topical due to the premiere of the final season of ‘Cuéntame como paso’, became one of the protagonists of ‘Better Saturday’ this weekend. The actor, who is also dedicated to the theater in the return of the play ‘Death of a Salesman’, chatted with Boris Izaguirre about his professional career and also about various current topics political and social.
In particular, the presenter asked his visitor for amnesty subject on which he was forthright. “I experienced two amnesties. The amnesty of ’77, which pardoned some more than others, and I experienced the tax amnesty,” Arias began by saying before sharing his opinion: “In my, I think you have to have a motivation and try to explain that.”
“People who support him need to explain it well. And people who don’t support him also need to explain it,” defended the translator about this matter: “I don’t know if it’s more about forgiveness. ” “There must be many commitments so when something closes, what started has another hope,” he said.
Imanol Arias also did not hesitate to answer Izaguirre’s questions about your problems with Hacienda, after 2017 he was accused of defrauding the treasury of three million euros. “Three million is the resulting amount with all the fines,” he wanted to emphasize: “My problem is not a problem of hiding money, although in principle they think it is. I pay my taxes using a formula that does not apply to me”.
“All I have done is pay the amount of the fine, I undo the damage I have done. “I don’t consider myself guilty, but I do consider myself responsible,” acknowledged Arias, who, on the other hand, remembered that he was not “the only one” who found himself in that situation. “But there is a mustache. and to work for 20 years with a blonde is a lot,” He noted about his work in ‘Cuéntame’: “There is half a profession like this.”
Furthermore, even if he acknowledges that episode was able to influence his public image admitted that it was something he did not attach “great importance to.”