The Anti-Corruption Prosecutor has filed a complaint with the Superior Court of Justice of Madrid against 16 people for alleged election-related election of March 9, 2008. The complaint, sent to the parties in the case Gürtel, involving four members of the PP valenciano, five businessmen of that community, all contractors of the Regional Administration and six members of the corrupt network.The Anti-corruption crime attributed to these people is enshrined in Article 149 of the Organic Law on General Elections, "The general managers and the nominations of the parties, federations, coalitions or groups of voters who distort the accounts, reflecting contributions or expenses or using any device that involves an increase or decrease of the accounting items will be punished with imprisonment and a fine less than 30,000 to 300,000 pesetas.The brief for the prosecution, 12 pages, includes newspaper accounts of two rallies in Valencia and Alicante Rajoy who were allegedly paid by contractors of the Generalitat Valenciana and executed by Orange Market, the business network which handled Gürtel acts PP in the community and at the same time, received dozens of government contracts Francisco Camps.El High Court of Valencia has opened a cause for the same reason affecting the 2007 campaign, where the PP won a majority absolute regional elections. The judge hearing the case asked the Court of Auditors reports on expenditures and revenues of the PP in that year.These companies entered the money for these events at the Orange Market accounts, the company that mounted the stage at various meetings of the PP.
Describes the alleged corruption offenses: "The electoral services contracted by the PP were paid by persons other than the actual debtor or opaque backgrounds. To cover the payments for services provided the People's Party of the Valencian Community by entities other than the debtor would have been issued by Orange Market invoices to companies paying knowing that did not respond to transactions actually held between them.The anti-corruption prosecutor said in his letter to employers Enrique Gimeno (FACS), Enrique Ortiz (the company of the same name) and firms PIAF, Lubasa and headquarters and paying sums of money to Orange Market actually disguised the funding PP's electoral events in which one of the main protagonist was , who presented his candidacy for president of the Government.