The former coordinator general of the left-wing Izquierda Unida (IU) and current MP for Asturias, Gaspar Llamazares, has lodged a barrage of questions with Congress, to find out the extent of the consequences of the Interior Minister's latest "absentmindedness".
In the past two weeks, Jorge Fernández Díaz has managed to lose both his iPhone and his iPad, although both have since been returned to him.
Llamazares has asked the government to confirm whether the iPad stolen from Fernández Díaz on the AVE and the iPhone he left behind in a radio station studio, are his own personal property or "work" items.
Furthermore the IU MP wants to know whether either the iPad or the iPhone, which have "luckily" been returned to their owner, contained and "sensitive" information related to his position as Interior Minister.
Llamazares says that if this information has fallen "into the wrong hands" State security could potentially have been compromised and has thus asked: "What is the Government's evaluation of what has happened with in terms of State security".