VALENCIA’S regional president, Alberto Fabra, has been spending the towns coffers while sacking public staff and hiking taxes.
The town has recently hiked inheritance tax and owes millions to its health centres, hospitals, schools and pharmacies.
Schools have had to make thousands of teachers redundant and increase class sizes.
All the while Fabra enjoys the comforts that money brings, including 16 consultants, three chauffeurs and a personal chef.
He also has a maître d’hôte in charge of the dining hall and kitchen, waiting staff for lunches and dinners even when there are just a few diners and staff whose sole responsibility it to check the tablecloths and serviettes.
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