Former El Slavador president heads to trial in $310 Million Corruption scandal

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A judge in El Salvador decided Wednesday to send former President Elías Antonio Saca (2004-2009) and six collaborators to trial, to answer for the deviation of 301 million dollars during his administration, the Prosecutor’s Office said.

“The Fourth Court of Instruction of San Salvador sends to trial former President Elías Antonio Saca, 3 former employees and 3 former employees of the Presidential House,” the Attorney General of the Republic (FGR) recorded in his Twitter account.

Prosecutor Mario Huezo said that if Saca is guilty, he could receive up to 25 years in prison.

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"JB"
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"JB"
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