- November 6, 2010 at 11:08 am #55949
Just trawling through the usual Spanish news (in English) it’s common to come across articles stating X is facing so many years in prison for corruption relating to building issues, but I never see an article reporting the fact that an official has been found guilty, am I missing them??
Here’s the latest one from the angle that public funds are used for his defense
Is more widespread corruption meaning no-one is found guilty?
- November 6, 2010 at 1:13 pm #101434
What a sham!
I’m tempted to say this can only happen in Spain, (I suspect in some other countries), but the past masters of allowing property scams with either long-winded or no recourse for victims, is the Spanish Gov’t, they should be given a ‘medal of dishonour’ by the rest of the world.
I’m beginning to rant now, my shackles are rising, my blood is boiling, steady. No-one in their right mind should buy with confidence in Spain all the time their Gov’t does nada, blast it , I’ve said it now!!!! 😡
- November 7, 2010 at 10:35 am #101436
I have been following all kind of happenings Spain since the late 70’s. I have never come accross one incident where anybody was found guilty or a punishment fitting a crime has been awarded.
During,the Government of Filipe Gonzalez. The brother of his Vice Presindent was the main protaganist i.e. Jesus Gill, Roca all in one. ( Many Spaniards beleive that it was his actions & excesses that threw out the Socialist & brought in Aznar, the Spanish Charlie Chaplin)
At present we are talking about the Construction sector, the corruption changes as economic wind & trend changes.
After thought Aznar = Charlie Chaplin, Zapatero = Mr Bean. Does it says it all ?
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