The Punica judge proposes to try Marjaliza and eight former mayors for the awards to the Cofely company


The judge of the National Court Manuel García-Castellón, in charge of the investigation of the Punic case, has proposed to try the businessman David Marjaliza and eight former mayors for the alleged irregularities committed in the award of public contracts to the Cofely company, to which he also proposes judge as a legal person.


Marjaliza now provides documentation to the Punica judge with alleged payments to PSOE and IU

Marjaliza now provides documentation to the Punica judge with alleged payments to PSOE and IU

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In the order to pass to abbreviated procedure of separate piece number 6, the magistrate proposes to prosecute a total of 37 people for some acts constituting a total of eight crimes, among which are criminal organization; bribery to carry out in the exercise of his office an act contrary to the inherent duties of the same in contest prevarication and disclosure of reserved information or influence peddling.

Likewise, the head of the Central Court of Instruction Number 6 agrees to dismiss and file the proceedings with respect to thirty people and gives a period of ten days to the accusations so that they can formulate an accusation request requesting the opening of an oral trial or the dismissal.

Among those investigated are the former mayors of Parla José María Fraile Campos; from Móstoles Daniel Ortiz Espejo; of Collado Villalba Agustín Juárez Lopez de Coca; by Valdemoro José Carlos Boza Lechuga; from Moraleja de En medio, Carlos Alberto Estrada Pita; from Torrejón de Velasco Gonzalo Cubas Navarro; from Serranillos del Valle Antonio Sánchez Fernández; and from Almendralejo José García Lobato.

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