El País reports that Judge Mercedes Alaya has detained bosses of the UGT and CCOO union in Sevilla as part of the ERE case.
The paper says she
has also charged the ex Minister, Magdalena Álvarez, with prevarication.
El Mundo headlines this story and says those detained in the ERE scandal have been so for kickbacks.
It says that the Secretary General of the UGT union in Cádiz yesterday became the first active union member to be detained in the ERE case.
The paper says that he
and another union leader has demanded from the mining company Uniter, 180,000 € each for the 'costs related to the conflict'.
The paper has a photo of the charged ex Minister, Magdalena Álvarez, which said she
knows nothing about an authorisation of 125 million.
ABC has a full page photo of Judge Alaya
and the caption, 'The false ERE are a well without bottom of corruption'.
La Razón has a photo of the UGT union leader, Cándido Méndez, cleaning his
The caption says 'Méndez does not see or hear'.
The paper says the ERE grants were taken out of the banks in cash two days after their arrival.
It adds that ten union members have been detained and 45 indicted in a macro-arrest by Judge Alaya
La Vanguardia has a photo of grieving friends after Alba, became the youngest victim of macho violence.
The population of Tárrega in Cataluña are in a state of consternation following the death of the 14 year old girl at the hands of her
ex-boyfriend, 18 year old Michael, after she
had broken off her
relationship with him a week ago.