Friday, January 25, 2013

MALLORCA TODAY - Alcúdia ordered to pay dismissed legal advisor

A court has ordered Alcúdia town hall to pay a legal advisor who was dismissed soon after the current administration came into office in 2011 a monthly salary of over 2,000 euros. The dismissal was adjudged to have been unfair some months ago, but the town hall ignored either option of reinstatement or a payoff of compensation amounting to just under 60,000 euros.

In other developments at the town hall, the budget (31 million euros) has been approved for this year, but a surplus that the town hall holds (11 million euros) will not be used as, the administration argues, the law requires it to keep this in order to ensure payments to suppliers.

See more: Diario de Mallorca

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