Spain’s anti-graft chief quits over Panama link
The anti-corruption prosecutor in charge of investigating members of Spain's ruling party has resigned after it emerged he holds a 25 percent stake in an offshore company.
Manuel Moix, who was in post for just four months, has denied any wrongdoing.
He confirmed he has a stake in a company in Panama, inherited from his father by him and his siblings.
The opposition Socialist Party argued this made him unfit to investigate prosecution.