The former TV3 and manager of the production company Triacom Oriol Carbò will appear on Tuesday before the holder of the Central Court of Instruction number 5 of the Audiencia Nacional, José Mata, and the Prosecutor's office anti-Corruption as investigated for his alleged involvement in the plot of the funding spot of the now-defunct Democratic Convergence of Catalonia, the cause known as "the 3%".
The instructor agreed to last August, the imputation of Carbò to instances of anti-Corruption, and after listening to the person responsible for Hispart, Joan Manuel Parra , to declare as a witness that the party of Catalan used a system of false billing through a producer of TV3 to finance acts of the electoral campaign of 2010, the first of Artur Mas as a candidate for the presidency.
In particular, Parra, who will be tried this month in Barcelona for another piece of this same reason, acknowledged that it had collected 750,000 euros of the production company managed by Carbó for the services provided to CDC in elections, money that would have been billed as if applicable to work performed for two programs of Triacom aired on TV3.
According to his testimony, the man who would have orchestrated the whole maneuver of concealment of the financing spot was the then secretary of Government of the government, Germà Gordó, because in a meeting that Parra came with the delivery notes of the acts election of CDC would have said that spinning the bill as a service for the aforementioned television production company.
To the judge Of The Kills, there are indications that Carbó "followed the specific instructions" of Gordó to pay Parra the debt owed to the CDC "for the organization and production of the election campaign of 2010" using this system of invoices falsified.
The self-imputation detailing that after indications of Gordó, responsible for Hispart met with Carbo for this one, also "duly informed and instructed" will show you how to prepare bills that were supposed to turn Triacom Audiovisual, as well as its periodicity, as it was agreed that the estimated amount you would pay in a period of six months.
In this sense, explains that Gordó and Parra held meetings or conversations "just before" that is to give each invoice to materialize the concept, that would be always related with the collaborations of Hispart in productions of Triacom for the Corporation in the Catalan Audiovisual Media "obviously non-existent".Updated Date: 11 September 2019, 22:30