LILLE, May 9th, 2012 - a person will be heard by the examining magistrate concerning the business relating to the conditions of attribution of the building site of the Great stage of Lille to the group of BTP Eiffage. However, the parquet floor denied the opening of legal information at this stage.
A complaint with constitution of civil part near the senior of the examining magistrates of Lille was deposited by Eric Darques a former elected official of the town of Lambersart. Complaint which was made in order to discover the reasons of the granting of the building site with Eiffage whereas there was a overcost of 108,5 million euros compared to the offer of the Norpac-Bouygues consortium.
It is on May 22nd that he will be heard following a convocation made by the parquet floor of Lille. This convocation was only announced if the complaint is admissible or not. I.e. as opposed to what Mr. Darques affirmed there will be no opening of legal information.
It is only after this hearing of Eric Darques, that it will be decided if the conditions are met to open legal information. At the present time, there is no legal information in progress according to the statements made by Frederic Fèvre, the prosecutor of Lille.
In 2010 a complaint against X, classified without following already deposited by Eric Darques.
A first report/ratio dated January 23rd, 2008 was given to the elected officials community in order to allow them to make a reflection and it is the Norpac-Bouygues group which was proposed. However at the time of a second report/ratio, dated February 1st, 2008 it is the Eiffage group which was selected.
The procedure of granting of the building site with Eiffage followed the standards, because the regional court of the accounts had given its agreement to this construction project which is one of the very first partnerships public-private in France.
This stage of Lille will contain 50.283 places and the building work will be completed at the summer 2012. The Inhabitants of Lille will have the honor to accommodate matches at the time of the Euro 2016 in France.