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Javier Hidalgo, untraceable: in Globalia they say they do not know him

Finding the whereabouts of the former CEO of Globalia, Javier Hidalgo, seems like an impossible mission. The Balearic Parliament has made up to seven attempts to get him to testify in the investigation commission for the case of the transportation of the masks, but, so far, all of them have been unsuccessful (Javier Hidalgo, isolated in Botswana).

According to The Objective, the situation that the postman found himself in when he went with the summons to the company’s headquarters in Pozuelo de Alarcón is truly striking. The Globalia receptionist stated on each and every occasion that she “did not know who Javier Hidalgo was.” In fact, this can be seen in the letter returned by the Post Office employee.

Some sources indicate that he has ordered all workers not to collect any communications. Furthermore, the company itself has commented that “Javier Hidalgo has not received any notification and does not have any position in the company.”

As Preferente published, it is known that the son of Juan José Hidalgo went to live in Botswana shortly after the controversial issue of the rescue of Air Europa and his controversial relationship with Begoña Gómez, also cited next July for alleged corruption and influence peddling.

The former director of Globalia settled in the African country to get away from the political brawls, and has only come to Spain on one occasion: to attend the wedding of a cousin of the Gómez Acebo family, his great friends. In fact, he was absent from the communion of his niece, Carlota Fernández Hidalgo, the youngest daughter of Cristina Hidalgo and former bullfighter Javier Blanco, general director of Be Live Hotels, in which his father, Juan José, was present. Gentleman.

The aforementioned summons, led by the PP and Vox, seeks to clarify whether Air Europa really doubled the price of transporting the masks from China, a hypothesis defended by the Balearic Islands Anti-Corruption Office. The former president of the archipelago, Francina Armengol, is also involved in this plot.

In this sense, the aforementioned media reminds that your appearance is a legal obligation, and if you do not do so, you would face fines of six to twelve months. Likewise, its absence could lead to criminal consequences for a crime of serious disobedience to authority.

Source: Preferente



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