News that the leader of the extreme left Podemos Party in Spain had received $9.3 million over a three-year period from the Iranian regime finally shone a light on what has been long suspected by many.

El Mundo, the second-largest newspaper in Spain, reported last month that the Economic & Fiscal Crime Division of the Spanish Police (UDEF) had established that between 2012 and 2015, 360 Global Media, the media company owned by Pablo Iglesias, leader of Podemos, had received over €9 million from Iran.

El Mundo reported that evidence collected by the police and their anti-money-laundering committee had identified how 16 companies suspected of money laundering, had passed the cash to 360 Global Media through Emirates NBD (national Bank of Dubai) and other intermediary banks.

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