Argentina corruption cops search properties of ex-leader Fernandez

By REUTERS
June 30, 2016 21:59

 
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Argentine police searched properties of former President Cristina Fernandez on Thursday as part of an investigation into possible corruption during her two-term administration, which ended in December with the inauguration of Mauricio Macri.

Authorities are looking for documents related to a case that accuses Fernandez of illegal enrichment using a family real estate company called Los Sauces, state press agency Telam said.



Local television showed images of the searches being conducted. The judge and investigators in the case could not be reached for comment.

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