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Supertrial to see 93 people and two mayors in dock
• Malaya boss Juan Antonio Roca is at the centre of the investigations
IT will be the biggest corruption super trial that Spain has ever seen.
The Malaya case – which dates back to March 2006 – is finally coming to court next week.
Expected to take up to two years to complete, some 95 people stand accused in the dock.
As well as Marbella’s real estate assessor, Juan Antonio Roca, there will also be two ex-Mayors of Marbella, Julián Muñoz and Marisol Yagüe.
Roca and his cohorts are accused of accepting more than 33 million euros in bribes between 2002 and 2006 in return for planning permission.
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