Unfortunately this is a US based site and we don't get the same vehicles as you do. My thought is to test the main coil pack or swap it for a know good one to see if thats the problem. Next would be to test the crank sensor. Usually this takes two people unless you have a remote crank switch (cheap mechanics tool). Its like a jumper cable that goes between the battery and starter main with a switch on it. After that I would check the oil pressure sender. From my understanding if that goes bad the fuel pump and ignition system won't work. Its a safety thing (roll over/accidents). If the ECU doesn't get an oil pressure sender signal nothing works. bAD grounds could also be a problem. Try getting a factory service manual as well. The diagnostic section are very useful!