I gave Izquierda Unida €70,000 cash in a shoe box

No, not me – Seville businessman José Antonio González, currently turned witness for the prosecution in exchange for leniency in the ERE slush fund case rocking Andalusian politics. José has submitted evidence to Judge Alaya, in charge of rooting out the truth in this billion euro corruption case, showing that over the years he paid around €700,000 in bribes to politicians of all colours in exchange for lucrative business deals around Seville. Including €70,000 in Continue reading I gave Izquierda Unida €70,000 cash in a shoe box

EU says Andalucia probably can’t expropriate homes from the banks for people to live in for free

The EU has opened an investigation into the new law in Andalucia that allows people to live rent free in their own homes, if they ask the Andalucian government to seize it before the bank can expropriate it. The law, which the Communists bought in last month, allows people who are about to have their homes repossessed by the banks to ask the Andalucian government to seize it “in the national interest”. The home then Continue reading EU says Andalucia probably can’t expropriate homes from the banks for people to live in for free