A SENIOR PP politician who authorized Castilla y Leon wind farm licences was receiving Swiss payments, it has been revealed.
Rafael Delgado Nunez, who was PP deputy minister for the Junta of Castilla y Leon between 1995 and 2011, signed off wind farm authorizations between 2004 and 2007.
Spanish tax office Hacienda recently discovered he also received €535,721 from unknown and unidentified sources in Switzerland.
Delgado was a key player in bringing wind farms onto the Spanish landscape and it has now been revealed that he started making extravagant purchases in 2005.
And, a company paid the mortgage of his Comilla house and footed the bill for a house revamp after leaving his post, according to Hacienda.
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