Friday, October 19, 2012

Money laundering in the Navarrese government

J. Pejenaute (left)
In a short notice, Navarrese counter-information blog Ateak Ireki reports[es] that workers of the Caja de Ahorros de Navarra (CAN, Savings Bank of Navarre), formerly public property but then sold at great loss to a Spanish-Catalan conglomerate led by La Caixa, have denounced that Jesús Pejenaute, Councilor of Social Policies of the current minority government of Navarre (UPN, regionalist-unionist), laundered €180,000 in €500 bank notes. 

In spite of this crime being reported to their superiors, none of them, including those with the highest political responsibilities in the Old Kingdom, like Miguel Sanz or Yolanda Barcina did anything about it.

Naiz Info also mentions the matter[es] in equally brief terms.

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