Pilar Sánchez Muñoz (PSOE) is responsible for various entries here between 2005 and 2011. Now she’s been arrested -like half the Andalusian PSOE during the caso Edu– for complicity in the theft of educational subsidies:
En Cádiz, las pesquisas han salpicado a los responsables políticos de Mercajerez SA, la entidad controlada por el Ayuntamiento de Jerez de la Frontera que explota el mercado de abastos del municipio. Mercajerez recibió en diciembre de 2010 una ayuda para organizar cursos por importe de 142.695 euros. Sus responsables no sólo incumplieron el compromiso de contratar al menos al 60% de los alumnos durante los seis meses siguientes a la formación, uno de los requisitos de la ayuda, sino que habría subcontratado con terceros la totalidad del programa, incumpliendo también la normativa en este otro aspecto. Por su responsabilidad en estas irregularidades ha sido arrestada la exalcaldesa de Jerez del PSOE Pilar Sánchez Muñoz (2005-2011), que ocupó la presidencia de Mercajerez entre 2008 y 2011.
But, dear God, do I have to talk to Manos Limpias before anyone will take translation-related embezzlement seriously?!
Apropos of nothing, seen somewhere: Emilio Botín was so good in his lifetime that when he died he went straight to a fiscal paradise.
- Mayoress´ Gretting
What does the English translation of the official presentation website for Vinoble 2010 tell us? That the Mayoress of Jerez cares more about how her hair looks than about how her words are interpreted? That her administration is as thick as pigshit and happy to wallow in it? Well, not necessarily.
Our etymology department has been …
- Fucked society
The most heartbreaking experience I’ve had recently was watching a smallholder digging up the vines he planted during the 60s and 70s boom. Brussels used to pay him subsidies to plant, but now they’ve said that he’ll only be able to earn money by destroying what they regard as his means of production but which …
- Recording in which a Canarian separatist deputy mayor offers to fix up a PP councillor’s monolingual mum with a translation job
Like the Pujol organisation in Catalonia, Partido de Independientes de Lanzarote appears to be a xenophobic, localist, criminal clan whose nuclear deterrent against law and order is secession. Like CDC/UDC/CiU in Catalonia, it found political allies in a nation-wide criminal clan -the PP- in return for kickbacks, and some of what was sown is now being
- Vote for the Jerez pronoun party
I suppose that the use of “their” followed by “you” at the beginning of these parking fine instructions can be explained either as fucked translation or as an attempt to encourage a neighbourliness unusual in these parts, but I think the glorious use of “him” at word sixteen crowned by the subsequent “he/she” degenderisation clearly …