The Spanish government has denied an allegation made via the PSOE that Guardia Civil officers, specifically those involved in traffic law enforcement, are given targets and offered bonuses depending on the number of fines issued in a month.

Soria Félix Lavilla, a deputy of the PSOE, raised the question after the allegation was put to him by the provincial Asociación Unificada de la Guardia Civil, the AUGC, where as officers are given a minimum target of 50 registered complaints per month.

According to the association, the officers must register 50 complaints a month in order to achieve their salary supplement, but the Guardia Civil superiors have denied this being the case, but it is true that all officers are required to collect fines based on productivity.

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