A Navalcarnero judge has cited the mayor of Arroyomolinos, Ana Millán, as accused, as well as a businessman for suspicions of corruption in the award of contracts. Millán is also deputy secretary of Sectoral Action of the Popular Party and very close to Isabel Díaz Ayuso.
In a car dated March 9, to which elDiario.es has had access, Judge José Manuel García Marfil has lifted the secrecy of the proceedings and has summoned the two main investigators. Both the mayor and the businessman, Francisco Vicente Roselló, are summoned to the court of instruction number 6 of Navalcarnero on April 22.
Ana Millán has been the mayor of Arroyomolinos, a town in the south of Madrid with 30,000 inhabitants, since June 2019 thanks to the support of Vox and a group from the town called PIArr. The investigation is related to the collection of 900 euros for the rent of an attic by Millán to a company that invoiced 700,000 euros with the Arroyomolinos City Council.
With the actions still secret, on January 22, the Civil Guard’s Central Operational Unit registered the mayor’s office. The facts investigated go back to the previous legislature, when Ana Millán was councilor of the Consistory. Within the operation, the agents also registered the service company owned by the other defendant.
The judge of the National Court Manuel García-Castellón, instructor of the Púnica case, agreed in an order dated September 10, 2020 to send to ordinary courts two complaints for alleged irregularities in public adjudications linked to two positions of the PP of Madrid. One of them affected Ana Millán, mayor of Arroyomolinos.