A PRESSURE group set up in the Axarquia to fight against ‘illegal’ homes being demolished is appealling for new members.
Save Our Homes Axarquia (SOHA) is fighting for the hundreds – possibly thousands – of homeowners who believed they had the correct licences in place for their homes.
The group hopes to put more pressure on the authorities after numerous town halls gave them licences only to discover that their homes were apparently illegal.
“We are defending the interests of members against this ridiculous injustice and providing whatever advice we can,” said a spokesman.
“What is obvious is that we need more members and supporters to demonstrate to the establishment what a farcical legal system is in place.”
“We need more members and supporters to demonstrate to the establishment what a farcical legal system is in place.”
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