The former vice president is accused of committing 11 crimes against the public treasury, one of money laundering and another of corruption in business, for which the prosecutor’s office is asking for 70 years in prison.
“Previous cases in which the invalidity of evidence is requested […] It will allow the presence of certain tests that are not finally taken into account.”As faces Rodrigo Rato, former vice president of the government and former president of Bankia, For him Defense
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