Marbella former construction manager Juan Antonio Roca has paid an additional 5.8 million Euros in damages, according to the judgment in the case “Saqueo I” who was one of all trials in major corruption scandal Malaya in Marbella.
The payment is the third and largest ever carried out by Juan Antonio Roca, who is in prison since 2006, for sentenced to six years in prison in that case. Property Marbella, With the latest transfer, the former construction manager in Marbella, Juan Antonio Roca paid a third of the damages he was ordered to pay in this case.
Roca was convicted of embezzling a total of 26.7 million Euros between 1991 och1995 through fake invoices during the GIL party’s first years in power. The last payment will be used to repay Marbella’s trailing debt of 400 million Euro to the Spanish insurance fund.
Free Wi-Fi at 22 locations in Marbella municipality
Marbella municipality is 2015 offering limited but free internet Wi-Fi in its most central areas.
The newly opened Boulevard in San Pedro Alcantara Marbella is just the first area to be equipped with free Wi-Fi to the public. According to plans, areas of Marbella’s old’s neighborhood, boardwalk, marina, Puerto Banus and Las Chapas for Easter offer free Wi-Fi. Internet should also be available in Nueva Andalucía and the park Los Tres Gardens, San Pedro Alcántara.
These are a total of 22 stations with a range of about 200 meters which offers a limited bandwidth (256 kb), up to an hour. According to Marbella municipal restrictions are in accordance with the provisions applicable, not to constitute unfair competition.
Wi-Fi services offered by a contractor companies and the venture is said to cost the municipality of 15,000 Euros.
Bullfighter Museum in Malaga with Swedish flooring
On February 25, 2015 open bullfighter museum Museo Taurino-Colección Juan Barco in Málaga. Currently is prepared premises which a beautiful hardwood floors with material imported from Sweden.
The property which now becomes a museum with collections of art from the bullfighting previously housed the tourist authority Patronato de Turismo on the plaza del Carbon. From Wednesday, February 25, is it the Centro de Arte de la Tauromaquia-Colección Juan Barco.
After several technical and administrative delays, the museum will open in late February to simultaneously mark the centenary of the famous duel between Joselito El Gallo and Juan Belmonte, which took place February 28, 1915 at the bullring of La Malagueta in Malaga.
The works of Juan Barco related to bullfighting is considered one of the most extensive in the world. It is about 3,000 works of art that also has signatures of Picasso, Goya, Carnicero, Benlliure, Dalí, Lake Price and Alberti. They are valued at six million Euros.
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