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  • #51968
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    katy
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    Interesting report by greenpeace (in spanish). they touch on corruption and also mention that there are 3000 illegal homes in estepona. Too much to mention (over 200 pages)
    Quote by Antonio Romero (member of Andalucian parliament)

    “We are invaded by a Tsunami if cement, which is turning our coast into a concrete wall, built with the bricks of speculation, and on many occasions with the cement of corruption”

    Not just andalucia either the whole of spain doesn’t come out well even the North. 🙁

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    Quote by Antonio Romero (member of Andalucian parliament)

    “We are invaded by a Tsunami of cement, which is turning our coast into a concrete wall, built with the bricks of speculation, and on many occasions with the cement of corruption”

    ………guess he won’t be invited to the Spanish Tourist Board’s Christmas party then 😯

  • #63529
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    Katy

    I tried to download the report from Greenpeace’s website (the one on Costas of Andalucia) but it refuses to download. Do you have any explanations for this inexplicable phenomenon? or better another link to view the report?

    Katerina

  • #63530
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    Charlie

    Think there is a report on this at
    http://www.revistaelobservador.com

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