A MALAGA court has issued an international arrest warrant for a fugitive businessman sentenced in the Malaya case.
Andres Lietor was condemned to four and a half years in prison for paying bribes to Marbella planning svengali Juan Antonio Roca.
But Lietor, whose whereabouts is unknown since July 2014, is one of five people sentenced in the case who failed to surrender to prison voluntarily by January 27.
The four others are businessmen Carlos Sanchez and Massimo Filippa, Roca’s front man Celso Dema and former Marbella councillor Rafael Calleja.
Last year, Madrid judges issued two warrants for Lietor’s arrest.
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