Judge María Núñez, instructor of the ERE case, has opened – at the request of the Anticorruption Prosecutor – separate proceedings of a dozen new pieces for aid granted by the Board to as many other companies, whose investigation by the UCO dates from the years 2014, 2015 and 2016.
In an order dated September 24, to which Efe has had access, Núñez opens separate pieces for the aid granted to IverJaén Sociedad Capital Riesgo (whose report dates from May 2014) and the Cordoba companies Mardy, Open Minds and Martínez Barragán and processed meat (the first two with reports of April 2015 and the third of June of that year).
Also from the subsidies received by the Cádiz company Tubos residues and tubular applications of Andalusia (with report of the UCO of June 2015), and the Granada companies Minera del Marquesado and Cervezas Alhambra (with attestations in court since November 2014 and January of 2015, respectively).
Finally, the owner of the Court of Instruction 6 of Seville has opened new pieces for the aid to Gres Vilches, Industrias del Guadalquivir and Pickam la Cartuja, which have reports from the General State Intervention (IGAE) dated in 2013, 2015 and November 2016 respectively.
In addition, in the same ruling and also following the request of the Prosecutor, the judge urged the UCO of the Civil Guard so that "as soon as possible" elaborate the attestations of the grants granted by the Board to Furniture Factory (analyzed by the State intervention in September 2016), Smurfit Group (studied by the IGAE in December 2015), Nature Park Minas e Riotinto (with report of the IGAE of September 2015) and Papacor (with analysis of the IGAE of November 2016).