Spain, Transparency and Public Notice

images Spain is not a traditional representative democracy but has found lately that even its constitutional monarchy might benefit from a dose of transparency.  Though the monarchy itself is considered quite popular, the country’s prime minister is not sharing the love.  Corruption inquiries have left the Parliament’s leadership scrambling to come clean with the electorate.  Routine public notice of financial disclosures can, and in some countries does, eliminate the hush-hush and then rush-rush when conspiracy to defraud is at issue.


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