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Spain’s Corruption Crisis

Iberosphere editor Guy Hedgecoe discusses the corruption scandal that has unleashed a political scandal in Spain.


The government of Mariano Rajoy is facing mounting pressure following allegations that for years his party ran a slush fund financed by illegal donations. From outside the Partido Popular’s headquarters in Madrid, Guy Hedgecoe looks at the scandal.

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Published: Feb 6 2013
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  1. The biggest danger to Spain is that the PP’s refusal to offer anything other than a broad denial means that the crisis could drag on and damage further Spain’s battered economy.Rajoy and co are probably hoping that the notoriously slow Spanish legal system will cause meaningful invsetigation to run out of steam.

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