Etiqueta 'Jaume Matas'

Nóos trial

Urdangarin summoned to hear prison order

The King's brother-in-law has had his sentence cut but only by five months.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter12/06/2018 00:00

Nóos trial

Urdangarin appeal ruling due next month

The husband of Princess Cristina appealed to the Supreme Court against a six year and three month sentence.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter30/04/2018 00:00

Corruption

Matas in court for opera house trial

In February 2007, Jaume Matas reached a verbal agreement with the architect for a 1.2 million euros contract to present a draft project.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter25/09/2017 00:00

Majorca

Turning off water and another road tragedy: the week in Majorca

The water crisis meant that beach showers were being turned off. Palma's mayor insisted there was no tourist "saturation". Jaume Matas had struck a deal. And a drunk driver ended a father's life.

Andrew Ede18/09/2016 00:00

Corruption

Political parties don't agree that Matas should avoid prison

Jaume Matas, the former president of the Balearics, will avoid going to prison in exchange to confessing to offences and to providing evidence.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter13/09/2016 00:00

Corruption

Plaques with names of corrupt politicians being removed

Plaques with the name of disgraced ex-Balearic president Jaume Matas are at the top of the list.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter13/08/2016 00:00

Nóos trial

Matas wanted Nóos because of its links to the Royal Family

Estaràs told the Palma court today that contracting the Instituto Nóos was a "priority" as it would lead directly to projects linked to the Royal Family.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter23/03/2016 00:00

Nóos trial

Prosecution believes that Matas has been “wriggling like an eel”

Princess Cristina is to be questioned and will make her declaration to the court this Friday in Palma.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter15/02/2016 00:00

Nóos trial

Urdangarin “received contracts because of who he was”

"I assume my guilt because Balearic taxpayers’ money was not spent on what it should have been spent on," said ex-Balearic president, Jaume Matas.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter11/02/2016 00:00