Pedro Horrach, who led the prosecution of Iñaki Urdangarin. | Pere Bota
The anti-corruption prosecutor Pedro Horrach has admitted that "pressures" often arise because of corruption investigations. The prosecutor of Iñaki Urdangarin, Diego Torres and Jaume Matas in the Nóos trial was echoing what has been said by the outgoing chief prosecutor in Murcia, Manuel López Bernal, who has spoken about "intimidation". Bernal is being relieved of his post, having complained about "intolerable" pressures; he has been investigating alleged corruption involving the Murcia president.