The proceedings opened by the Anti-Corruption Prosecutor's Office to investigate a battery of contracts in a pandemic that the presidency of the Community of Madrid denounced for shadows of irregularity have started and the first step has been to collect all the files concerned, which affect the ministries of Economy, Health, Transport and Interior, a diligence entrusted to the Civil Guard.
Specifically, according to tax sources reported to ABC, agents of the Armed Institute have collected in the Ministry of Economy the files of the aid granted to the company Beedigital, where the husband of the minister and vice president of the Government Nadia Calviño works, and which were pointed out by the PP of Madrid chaired by Isabel Díaz Ayuso.
The complaint of the 'popular' people from Madrid pointed out that the company had "a loss of assets" and a "possible debt with Social Security and the Tax Agency" that would make it incompatible to contract with the Public Administration.
In this sense, there are two types of file concerned: the ICO credits that the company received from the Ministry of Economy and the online reputation contracts that the company was awarded in the Ministry of Inclusion, Social Security and Migration.
Likewise, Anticorruption has required the files of the contracts signed by the Ministries of Health, Transport and Interior with a total of five companies indicated by the complainants, either because of their relationship with public administrations, due to the lack of verification of the concurrence of the minimum requirements before buying sanitary material from them.
The proceedings began last April and there are seven lines of investigation on as many successful bidders. In total, Ayuso informed the Anti-Corruption Prosecutor's Office of thirteen operations for an amount greater than 326 million euros, of which those related to Soluciones de Gestión y Apoyo a Empresas S.L., FCS Select Productos S.L, Member Of The Tribe S.L, Weihai are being investigated. Textile Group Import