José Joaquín Moya, former mayor of Bigastro, faces another case in court. This time he is accused of six offences; fraud, disclosure of secrets (two counts), prevarication, influence peddling and embezzlement of public funds for which the prosecutor is asking for up to eleven years in jail, a fine of 450,000 euros and a seventeen year ban from public office.
Also accused is the former secretary, Antonio Saseta for whom the prosecutor asks for four years in prison and a five year ban from public office. Two others are implicated as well.
The case will be heard in Elche.