Deputies from all Chilean opposition parties presented an accusation to Congress on Wednesday to remove the country’s president, Sebastian Piñera, for the controversial sale of a mining company in a tax haven revealed in the Pandora Papers.
President Pinera hused “his position for personal business,” said Congressman Tomás Hirsch when presenting the indictment in the Lower House, the first step in the impeachment process that could last for several weeks.
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