(bottom L-R) Madrid's mayor Alberto Ruiz-Gallardon, opposition leader Mariano Rajoy and President of Madrid's regional government Esperanza Aguirre attend the quarterfinal tennis match of U.S. Robby Ginepri and David Ferrer of Spain at the Madrid Masters Series tennis tournament in Spain, October 21, 2005. Ginepri won the match by 6-1 6-4. REUTERS/Andrea Comas
RM2E7YTFR(bottom L-R) Madrid's mayor Alberto Ruiz-Gallardon, opposition leader Mariano Rajoy and President of Madrid's regional government Esperanza Aguirre attend the quarterfinal tennis match of U.S. Robby Ginepri and David Ferrer of Spain at the Madrid Masters Series tennis tournament in Spain, October 21, 2005. Ginepri won the match by 6-1 6-4. REUTERS/Andrea Comas
Madrid, Spain. 19th Mar, 2020. People walk outside the Jimenez Diaz Hospital in Madrid, Spain, 19 March 2020, where allegedly former Madrid Regional President Esperanza Aguirre and husband Fernando Ramirez have checked in for coronavirus. Credit: JUANJO MARTIN/EFE/Alamy Live News
RM2B82PY6Madrid, Spain. 19th Mar, 2020. People walk outside the Jimenez Diaz Hospital in Madrid, Spain, 19 March 2020, where allegedly former Madrid Regional President Esperanza Aguirre and husband Fernando Ramirez have checked in for coronavirus. Credit: JUANJO MARTIN/EFE/Alamy Live News
President of Madrid's regional government Esperanza Aguirre laughs during the presentation of her biography 'Esperanza Aguirre La Presidenta' in Madrid November 28, 2006.  REUTERS/Andrea Comas  (SPAIN)
RM2D1F5WHPresident of Madrid's regional government Esperanza Aguirre laughs during the presentation of her biography 'Esperanza Aguirre La Presidenta' in Madrid November 28, 2006. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN)
Spanish Queen Sofia (R) and Madrid's regional president Esperanza Aguirre arrive at the inauguration of a new Telefonica building in Madrid October 8, 2008. REUTERS/Juan Medina ( SPAIN )
RM2E6XRFDSpanish Queen Sofia (R) and Madrid's regional president Esperanza Aguirre arrive at the inauguration of a new Telefonica building in Madrid October 8, 2008. REUTERS/Juan Medina ( SPAIN )
Madrid's regional President Esperanza Aguirre acknowledges applause during a rally about employment in Madrid April 25,  2009.  Banner reads 'For employment'. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN POLITICS EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
RM2D1CB4JMadrid's regional President Esperanza Aguirre acknowledges applause during a rally about employment in Madrid April 25, 2009. Banner reads 'For employment'. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN POLITICS EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
Esperanza Aguirre, the president of the Madrid Regional Government and one of the main Popular Party (PP) leaders, prepares to speak at a political luncheon in Madrid April 7, 2008. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN)
RM2D1EDD0Esperanza Aguirre, the president of the Madrid Regional Government and one of the main Popular Party (PP) leaders, prepares to speak at a political luncheon in Madrid April 7, 2008. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN)
Madrid, Spain. 19th Mar, 2020. People walk outside the Jimenez Diaz Hospital in Madrid, Spain, 19 March 2020, where allegedly former Madrid Regional President Esperanza Aguirre and husband Fernando Ramirez have checked in for coronavirus. Credit: JUANJO MARTIN/EFE/Alamy Live News
RM2B82PY5Madrid, Spain. 19th Mar, 2020. People walk outside the Jimenez Diaz Hospital in Madrid, Spain, 19 March 2020, where allegedly former Madrid Regional President Esperanza Aguirre and husband Fernando Ramirez have checked in for coronavirus. Credit: JUANJO MARTIN/EFE/Alamy Live News
Madrid, Spain. 10th Apr, 2018. Former regional president of Madrid Esperanza Aguirre arrives to appear before the Lower House in Parliament's investigation committee on the alleged illegal funding of People's Party (PP), in Madrid, Spain, 10 April 2018. Credit: Mariscal/EFE/Alamy Live News
RMMBBAG6Madrid, Spain. 10th Apr, 2018. Former regional president of Madrid Esperanza Aguirre arrives to appear before the Lower House in Parliament's investigation committee on the alleged illegal funding of People's Party (PP), in Madrid, Spain, 10 April 2018. Credit: Mariscal/EFE/Alamy Live News
Madrid, Spain. 10th Apr, 2018. Former regional president of Madrid Esperanza Aguirre arrives to appear before the Lower House in Parliament's investigation committee on the alleged illegal funding of People's Party (PP), in Madrid, Spain, 10 April 2018. Credit: Mariscal/EFE/Alamy Live News
RMMBBBXCMadrid, Spain. 10th Apr, 2018. Former regional president of Madrid Esperanza Aguirre arrives to appear before the Lower House in Parliament's investigation committee on the alleged illegal funding of People's Party (PP), in Madrid, Spain, 10 April 2018. Credit: Mariscal/EFE/Alamy Live News
Esperanza Aguirre (L), the president of the Madrid Regional Government and one of the main Popular Party (PP) leaders, prepares to speak at a political luncheon in Madrid April 7, 2008. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN)
RM2D146KREsperanza Aguirre (L), the president of the Madrid Regional Government and one of the main Popular Party (PP) leaders, prepares to speak at a political luncheon in Madrid April 7, 2008. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN)
Madrid regional government president Esperanza Aguirre addresses supporters at the party headquarters in Madrid,  after Spaniards went to the polls in regional and municipal elections May 27, 2007.    REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN)
RM2E7RMM4Madrid regional government president Esperanza Aguirre addresses supporters at the party headquarters in Madrid, after Spaniards went to the polls in regional and municipal elections May 27, 2007. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN)
Madrid, Spain. 10th Apr, 2018. Former regional president of Madrid Esperanza Aguirre arrives to appear before the Lower House in Parliament's investigation committee on the alleged illegal funding of People's Party (PP), in Madrid, Spain, 10 April 2018. Credit: Mariscal/EFE/Alamy Live News
RMMBBAG7Madrid, Spain. 10th Apr, 2018. Former regional president of Madrid Esperanza Aguirre arrives to appear before the Lower House in Parliament's investigation committee on the alleged illegal funding of People's Party (PP), in Madrid, Spain, 10 April 2018. Credit: Mariscal/EFE/Alamy Live News