Spanish Prosecutor Calls for Probe of Savings Banks, Europa Says

Spain’s state prosecutor, Eduardo Torres-Dulce, has called for an investigation into the management of the nation’s savings banks, Europa Press reported, citing an interview.

Torres-Dulce ordered the anti-corruption prosecutor, Antonio Salinas, to investigate “penal responsibility that may derive from the management of the savings banks,” the Madrid- based news service reported.

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