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Former Tulum officials ordered to repay a million to city coffers

Tulum, Q.R. — The former mayor of Tulum and three former public servants from her administration have been ordered to repay more than a million peso in damages after charges made by the Anti-Corruption Prosecutor’s Office of Quintana Roo.

By means of a press release, it was specified that the decision was handed down during the hearing for the imputation of the crime of illicit use of attributions and power against the former mayor and public servants from the period 2016-2018.

The legal advisor of the Tulum City Council affirmed that they had no opposition whatsoever to the agreement, which will see the money repaid by former mayor RDC, former municipal treasurer SPC, former senior officer OIZA and BAMM, the former director of revenue.

According to the case, in October of 2017, the former official and her collaborators illegally granted a service provision contract to the legal entity Impulso Empresarial Becka SA de CV for an amount of just over one million peso, the same amount, the Anticorruption Prosecutor’s Office says, that must be returned to the municipal coffers.