Former Spanish King involved in fresh scandal after reports he used offshore account for Tahiti holiday

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The foundation’s Swiss account is part of an ongoing probe by a Swiss court into the financial activities of the ex-monarch’s associates, including allegations the king was involved in kickbacks for state rail contracts in Saudi Arabia. Juan Carlos is also being investigated for the first time by Spain’s Supreme Court, which will examine if he committed alleged offences relating to the Saudi rail deal after abdicating in 2014. Reigning monarchs cannot face legal proceedings under the Spanish constitution.

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Original Source: By Graham Keeley The Telegraph

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