Staff Reporter MARGARITA Nájera, ex-Mayor of Calvia and a member of the Balearic Socialist and Spanish Socialist Workers Party is to take out legal proceedings to prevent her personal and professional reputation from being illicitly undermined. The ex-Mayor, who feels she has been the victim of a dirty and underhand campaign, rejects accusations made against her that suggest that she has benefitted financially from public funds. She claims that all Calvia town council's accounts have been verified by appropriate authorities. She condemned the fact that some invoices had been manipulated as a weapon against her, asserting that some purchases attributed to her office had in fact been Christmas presents for councillors, gifts for the elderly, for children in hospital, or items that had been needed by the council itself. To me, it seems mean, twisted and scandalous, said Nájera, who confessed to a sense of defencelessness in the situation. She threw into high relief the personal and professional damage that she had suffered as a result of the accusations.
Ex-Mayor of Calvia refutes dishonesty allegations
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