Chile’s President Sebastian Pinera facing impeachment over Pandora Papers claims

Chile’s President Sebastian Pinera facing impeachment over Pandora Papers claims

[South China Morning Post] - 10/14/2021

Chile’s opposition moved to impeach the country’s president, Sebastian Pinera, for the controversial sale of a mining company through a firm owned by his children, which appeared in the Pandora Papers leaks.Pinera used “his office for personal business,” said congressman Tomas Hirsch when (...)


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