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A protester holds an enveloppe during a demonstration againt corruption organized by members of Spain's 'indignant' movement in front of the headquarters of the Partido Popular party in Madrid on January 18, 2013. Hundreds of people protested against corruption in Madrid as a new corruption scandal threatened to further erode confidence in politicians, already damaged by Spain's sharp economic downturn. The centre-right newspaper El Mundo reported that senior Popular Party members collected undeclared salaries, mainly from private companies. Citing 'five reliable sources of successive management boards of the party', the newspaper said former Popular Party treasurer Luis Barcenas distributed envelopes containing 5,000-15,000 euros ($6,500 -20,000) to party officials on top of their official salaries during two decades. AFP PHOTO / PEDRO ARMESTRE (Photo credit should read PEDRO ARMESTRE/AFP/Getty Images)
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A protester holds an enveloppe during a demonstration againt corruption organized by members of Spain's 'indignant' movement in front of the headquarters of the Partido Popular party in Madrid on January 18, 2013. Hundreds of people protested against corruption in Madrid as a new corruption scandal threatened to further erode confidence in politicians, already damaged by Spain's sharp economic downturn. The centre-right newspaper El Mundo reported that senior Popular Party members collected undeclared salaries, mainly from private companies. Citing 'five reliable sources of successive management boards of the party', the newspaper said former Popular Party treasurer Luis Barcenas distributed envelopes containing 5,000-15,000 euros ($6,500 -20,000) to party officials on top of their official salaries during two decades. AFP PHOTO / PEDRO ARMESTRE (Photo credit should read PEDRO ARMESTRE/AFP/Getty Images)
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January 18, 2013
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A protester holds an enveloppe during a demonstration againt... News Photo 1596961992011-2012 Spanish Protests,Anger,Corruption,Demonstration,Headquarters,Hold,Horizontal,Madrid,Motion,Organisation,People,Political Party,Politics,Protestor,SpainPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPA protester holds an enveloppe during a demonstration againt corruption organized by members of Spain's 'indignant' movement in front of the headquarters of the Partido Popular party in Madrid on January 18, 2013. Hundreds of people protested against corruption in Madrid as a new corruption scandal threatened to further erode confidence in politicians, already damaged by Spain's sharp economic downturn. The centre-right newspaper El Mundo reported that senior Popular Party members collected undeclared salaries, mainly from private companies. Citing 'five reliable sources of successive management boards of the party', the newspaper said former Popular Party treasurer Luis Barcenas distributed envelopes containing 5,000-15,000 euros ($6,500 -20,000) to party officials on top of their official salaries during two decades. AFP PHOTO / PEDRO ARMESTRE (Photo credit should read PEDRO ARMESTRE/AFP/Getty Images)