News April, 11th 2010 by

Muñoz protests Telecinco documentary on 'Malaya' case

The mayor of Marbella, Ángeles Muñoz, has sent a written complaint at the highest level to the producers of the Telecinco program ‘La Noria’, in response to the broadcast on Tuesday of a two-hour documentary about the relationship between former mayor Julián Muñoz and singer Isabel Pantoja and their alleged involvement in the Malaya case.

In the letter, the mayor states that the image the documentary gives of Marbella does not correspond with reality.

Muñoz said she has already sent several letters to Telecinco to complain about the ‘unfair’ treatment the city receives in its news and current affairs programming.

Although she acknowledged that ‘unfortunately’ many of the city’s past leaders have acted ‘as they have done’, Muñoz said that neither the public image nor the reality of politics in Marbella correspond to the portrayal of the city given by the show’s reporters or interviewees.

‘They are using information that is very biased and does not correspond to reality’, she said in a statement following the inauguration ceremony for the New Data Center. 

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