• Possible tax, prevarication and bribery offenses in hiring audiovisual material for broadcasting the Pope’s visit on Canal 9

    Possible tax, prevarication and bribery offenses in hiring audiovisual material for broadcasting the Pope’s visit on Canal 9

    The judge investigating possible tax offenses of corruption and bribery

    The former secretary general of Radio Television Valenciana (RTVV) Vicente Sanz declared next September 26 before the judge for Channel 9 contracts with Teconsa for rental of video screens, sound and public address during the visit of Pope Benedict XVI to Valencia Sanz declared in 2006 again as a defendant before the examining of part 4 of the Gürtel case, investigating possible irregularities in contracts made by RTVV.

    According have assured EFE tributaries f TSJCV this citation occurs after the Civil Court and Criminal High Court authorizing Valencia last July 7 to the investigating judge of the part 4 of the case Gürtel, José Ceres, to continue the investigation procedures or instructions for the development of the cause.

    The TSJCV stated in that resolution that the investigating judge of this piece is competent to continue the investigation and conduct any investigation while the appeal brought before the Supreme after the declaration of incompetence of the tribunal resolves to continue, given the loss of status of volumetric two of the accused, Yolanda Garcia and Ricardo Costa.

    Besides Vicente Sanz, listed as accused the president of Les Corts and PP exconseller Juan Cotino and several former leaders of the Valencian public broadcaster, as Juan José Llorca and Prefaci.

    Sanz, and declared as a defendant before the TSJCV on 4 December, at a hearing in which he filed his right not to testify and after it submitted an appeal to do so “with full rights” to assist him .

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