By Euro Weekly News Media • 18 April 2011 • 13:21
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THE former mayor of Lubrin, Juan Lopez Camacho, is facing four years in prison for corruption and falsifying documentation. The public prosecutor is also asking for a 10-year ban from holding public office for Lopez Camacho, who is accused of allowing a 150m2 house to be built with a license for a farm warehouse on land with special protection, as well as falsifying a public document which stated that there was a valid First Occupation License for the building.
Lopez Camacho, who resigned in 2008, could also be sentenced to pay a fine of €12 per day for eight months.
The promoter and the technical director of the building will also stand trial and are facing sentences of six months in prison for crimes against territorial planning, and a two-year ban from undertaking any work related to the building trade, as well as a fine of €12 per day for 14 months, and paying for the demolition of the building.
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