Twenty arrests were ordered by Spain's high court on Tuesday.
Analysis of documents showed an unjustified increase of more than 15.6 million euros in his wealth during this period, the prosecutor added.
A Spanish court late last year rejected Ancira's claim that he was the victim of political persecution, and ordered his extradition.
Exceltur was once more pointing the finger at holiday rentals; the cost of travel could go up because of an EU directive; an aid package for Son Banya residents was announced; and Arta had an issue with one of its demons.
Biel Barceló resigned, corruption cases came to a close, Airbnb was facing a fine, and research in the Balearics was supposedly getting a boost.
In February 2007, Jaume Matas reached a verbal agreement with the architect for a 1.2 million euros contract to present a draft project.
Developments in Majorca followed the arrest of the president of Spain's football association.
A Palma officer was threatened with a gun while he was driving home on Tuesday night.
Police headquarters has sent a report to the court which confirms the elimination of certain sensitive documents.
There were more corruption cases and more people accused in the Balearics than elsewhere.
Tito's was one of the establishments raided by National Police officers at the time of the arrest of Tolo Cursach.
Gijón has already been implicated in the ongoing investigation into police corruption.
Homicide is included among the charges; no details of this have been given.
An aspect of the prosecution's investigation, it is understood, is supposed collusion by the former deputy mayor of Palma, Álvaro Gijón, with Cursach.
Princess Cristina, who was prosecuted by Manos Limpias rather than the state, faced a call of eight years in prison.
Corruption allegations were firmly back on the agenda and Palma town hall was at the centre of them. A celebrated lawyer was pressing a charge of attempted murder. Hoteliers were saying no to UK tour operator requests for prices to come down.
"These matters don't affect a party, they affect a significant part of the institutional structure of the town hall."
Mayor Hila suspects that the PP organised a network at the town hall to serve its own interests and not those of the citizens.
Jaume Matas, the former president of the Balearics, will avoid going to prison in exchange to confessing to offences and to providing evidence.
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