Former El Salvador president pleads guilty to money laundering

El Salvador's former President Elias Antonio Saca waits at his hearing on corruption charges in San Salvador, El Salvador, August 7, 2018. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas

SAN SALVADOR (Reuters) – Former El Salvadoran President Antonio Saca pleaded guilty in court to embezzlement and money laundering involving more than $300 million (£231.80 million) during his government, his lawyer said on Tuesday, as Saca sought to reduce his prison sentence. Saca pleaded guilty in July in a document sent to the attorney general […]

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