SANTA CRUZ DE TENERIFE, 21 Sep. (EUROPA PRESS) –
The Investigating Court Number 1 of Granadilla de Abona has filed the investigation of twelve of the fourteen people who were investigated in the ‘NAP case’ for the alleged crimes of prevarication and embezzlement of public funds for an approximate amount of twelve million euros .
The magistrate, however, maintains the condition of being investigated for the former president of the Cabildo de Tenerife, Ricardo Melchior (CC), and the managing director of the Tenerife Institute of Technology and Renewable Energies (ITER), Manuel Cendagorta, advances this Wednesday the newspaper ‘The Day’.
Thus, the former president of the Cabildo and the former vice president, Carlos Alonso (CC) and Aurelio Abreu (PSOE), respectively, Álvaro Arvelo, former president of CajaCanarias, lose the status of being investigated; Eduardo Doménech, former rector of the University of La Laguna; Francisco Sánchez, director of the Institute of Astrophysics of the Canary Islands (IAC) and the current Deputy Minister for the Fight Against Climate Change, Miguel Ángel Pérez (PSOE).
Also left out of the judicial investigation are Raquel Lucía, CEO of INtech; Nicolás Díaz, former CEO of the Technological Institute of the Canary Islands; the former councilors of the Cabildo Antonio García Marichal (CC), Magaliz López (CC) and Jesús Morales (CC) and Esteban González (PP), former mayor of Urban Planning of Granadilla.
The facts were denounced in the Prosecutor’s Office by the current government of the Cabildo de Tenerife (PSOE-Cs) and the Prosecutor’s Office even filed a complaint for an operation that involved the purchase of the NAP society of West Africa-Canary Islands by ITER, which in addition, and successively, it injected funds for its operation.