The Guardia Civil allows the Director General of Unipost to go free

Catalan MonitorNews Roundup

Photo: Demonstrators in front of Unipost office in Hospitalet de Llobregat (Credit: Zaida Torregrossa)

December 14th, 2017

By ACN Staff writers

The Guardia Civil released The Director General of Unipost, Pabol Raventós, at 7 pm today, waiting for a judge to decide whether or not he will be called in to make a statement. Raventós was retained throughout the day by the security corps with regards to the investigation being run by Court of Instruction 13, in Barcelona, about organization of the referendum on self-determination of October 1st past.

The Guardia Civil searched the headquarters of the company in Hospitalet de Llobregat, in Carrer Mallorca de Barcelona, ​​and a private address, and indicated that the general director of Unipost had been present during the searches of the company.

Raventós arrived with the agents at the headquarters in Hospitalet de Llobregat at 11:15 am to witness the searches and he was then taken to another address at noon to be present during the searches of another address, according to confirmed sources in the Guardia Civil. According to El Mundo, the members of the armed corps were trying to locate evidence of payments which were made for the sending of letters to people listed on the electoral census.

At this time, the Hospitalet address is the only one up and running, and this is expected to end in the next few hours. This all started at about eight in the morning.


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