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
Esperanza Aguirre, Madrid regional president, speaks during a news conference in the regional headquarters of the Popular Party in central Madrid November 27, 2008. Aguirre explained how she escaped unhurt from the lobby of Mumbai's Trident-Oberoi hotel when Islamist militants fired automatic weapons indiscriminately and threw grenades before settling in for a long siege at the Taj and the Trident-Oberoi hotels.  REUTERS/Sergio Perez  (SPAIN)
RM2D1DJX5Esperanza Aguirre, Madrid regional president, speaks during a news conference in the regional headquarters of the Popular Party in central Madrid November 27, 2008. Aguirre explained how she escaped unhurt from the lobby of Mumbai's Trident-Oberoi hotel when Islamist militants fired automatic weapons indiscriminately and threw grenades before settling in for a long siege at the Taj and the Trident-Oberoi hotels. 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
Esperanza Aguirre, Madrid regional president, smiles during a news conference in the regional headquarters of the Popular Party in central Madrid November 27, 2008. Aguirre explained how she escaped unhurt from the lobby of Mumbai's Trident-Oberoi hotel when Islamist militants fired automatic weapons indiscriminately and threw grenades before settling in for a long siege at the Taj and the Trident-Oberoi hotels.  REUTERS/Sergio Perez  (SPAIN)
RM2D1FRECEsperanza Aguirre, Madrid regional president, smiles during a news conference in the regional headquarters of the Popular Party in central Madrid November 27, 2008. Aguirre explained how she escaped unhurt from the lobby of Mumbai's Trident-Oberoi hotel when Islamist militants fired automatic weapons indiscriminately and threw grenades before settling in for a long siege at the Taj and the Trident-Oberoi hotels. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN)
Esperanza Aguirre, Madrid Regional President, smiles as she attends the Popular Party's national executive board meeting at the party's headquarters in Madrid February 11, 2009. High Court magistrate Baltasar Garzon named 34 people on February 10, 2009 as suspects in an investigation into corruption in the Popular Party, taking the total number of suspects to 37. The corruption investigation comes on the tail of allegations of in-party spying in the Popular Party Madrid regional government.  REUTERS/Sergio Perez  (SPAIN)
RM2D1JPEFEsperanza Aguirre, Madrid Regional President, smiles as she attends the Popular Party's national executive board meeting at the party's headquarters in Madrid February 11, 2009. High Court magistrate Baltasar Garzon named 34 people on February 10, 2009 as suspects in an investigation into corruption in the Popular Party, taking the total number of suspects to 37. The corruption investigation comes on the tail of allegations of in-party spying in the Popular Party Madrid regional government. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (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
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, Madrid Regional President, gestures during a her Popular Party's regional executive board meeting at the party's headquarters in Madrid February 11, 2009. High Court magistrate Baltasar Garzon named 34 people on February 10, 2009 as suspects in an investigation into corruption in the Popular Party, taking the total number of suspects to 37. The corruption investigation comes on the tail of allegations of in-party spying in the Popular Party Madrid regional government.  REUTERS/Sergio Perez  (SPAIN)
RM2D17MH8Esperanza Aguirre, Madrid Regional President, gestures during a her Popular Party's regional executive board meeting at the party's headquarters in Madrid February 11, 2009. High Court magistrate Baltasar Garzon named 34 people on February 10, 2009 as suspects in an investigation into corruption in the Popular Party, taking the total number of suspects to 37. The corruption investigation comes on the tail of allegations of in-party spying in the Popular Party Madrid regional government. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (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
(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
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 )