- December 17, 2008 at 2:16 pm #54582
When are many builders in Spain going to realise that they are NOT above the Law. 👿 👿 👿
Four people died when three floors of an hotel in Mallorca collapsed during illegal building works, yesterday. Three people have been arrested.
Two Spanish and two Moroccan workers were killed in the tragedy, which could have been far worse had not a large group of workers just left the site for coffee.
There was no licence granted for the building work being carried out at the Son Moll Hotel in Cala Ratjada, and indeed the local Town Hall had issued three orders to stop the construction in the past 45 days.
In 1969 an apartment block built by Jesus Gil near Segovia collapsed, killing 58 people. He was jailed for five years for criminal negligence but pardoned after 18 months by Gen Franco.
What’s changed ❓ 👿 👿 👿
- December 17, 2008 at 2:54 pm #88649
Yes I saw that on TV. Spain’s lawlessness is like a disease. Not to mention it’s health and safety record!
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