By Euro Weekly News Media • 22 June 2011 • 15:59
Photo of pembroke Dock in Wales.
Credit: Google maps - Michał Sadowski
THE former mayor of Benalmadena Enrique Moya has challenged new mayor, Javier Carnero, to itemize the €10m his team claims the PP left unused. Carnero, at the head of the PSOE, had claimed that the Partido Popular’s Enrique Moya and his team had left €10m of public grants unused.
Moya, however, claims that this is a lie to confuse local residents. He says all public grants have been assigned and used for work which has been carried out in the past two years. He challenged the mayor to break down where he claimed these €10m had come from and to “stop lying and start working for Benalmadena”.
Photo credit: James Yeadon
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