QUESTIONS have been asked about the management of the Malaga Provincial Fire Consortium since it was revealed the former director employed five relatives.
The consortium depends upon the provincial government and was formerly managed by socialist Jose Luis Camara.
The opposition Partido Popular have published a report which reveals that amongst the staff of Hispanicas de Limpieza, the company paid to clean the headquarters, were his mother-in-law and an aunt.
One of his sister-in-law’s sisters worked for him as an administrative assistant, one of his brothers-in-law is a driver, and another is on the pay roll, as well as one of his cousins.
The report also suggests that Camara did not only find jobs for his relatives, but also for at least 30 members of the PSOE Central Group in
The current managers of the Provincial Government, on which the consortium depends, have found that there was an unusually large number of people employed as administrative staff under Camara’s management.