MADRID, 8 Mar. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The National Court has agreed to charge the businessman and former leader of the Democratic Convergence of Catalonia (CDC) David Madí in the framework of the investigation that is being followed for alleged irregular awarding of contracts to the company Ambulancias Egara by the Generalitat of Catalonia.
This is stated in a decision of March 6 of the investigating judge of the '3 per cent' case Santiago Pedraz, to which Europa Press has had access, which also includes seven other people, who are also granted the quality of those investigated in the case. They are José Ramón and Manuel Castarlenas, María José Cordovilla, Óscar Simón, Juan Alberto Arqués, Fermí Ferrán and Alejandro García-Gascón.
In the ruling, it is anticipated that the magistrate will take a statement from all of them, although before setting a date for it, he requires them to appoint a lawyer for their legal representation "for the sake of the right of defense." He points out that once the lawyer is appointed, he will transfer everything that has been done in the case to them.