The Anticorruption Prosecutor’s Office has reduced his request for the former president of the Generalitat Francisco Camps to one year in prison and six years of disqualification, whom he accuses of having given instructions to award a contract to a company of the Gürtel plot in 2009.
Anti-corruption, which initially requested two and a half years in prison and ten years of disqualification for Camps, has presented this Thursday its definitive conclusions in the trial held by the National Court for a ramification of the macro-cause, focused on alleged irregularities in public awards to the company Orange Market in the Valencian Community between 2004 and 2009.
After eight and a half months of intermittent sessions, the Prosecutor’s Office has removed the crime of fraud from the former president of the Generalitat and has requested for him a year in prison, six years of disqualification and a fine of 250,000 euros for influence peddling in an ideal contest with prevarication.
Camps’ defense, for its part, has requested the acquittal of its client and, subsidiarily, the application of the highly qualified mitigating circumstance of undue delays and the ordering of costs for the popular accusations.
The prosecutors in the case have considered the highly qualified mitigating circumstances of confession for the dozen defendants who recognized the facts for which they are accused, among whom are those considered to be three ringleaders of the plot. Belt -Francisco Correa, Pablo Crespo y Alvaro Perez, The Mustache– who are already serving high sentences.