José Manuel Maza: Spain’s profession ubiquitous dies aged 66

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José Manuel Maza pronounced Catalan ministers should also be charged with injustice of funds

Spain’s profession ubiquitous José Manuel Maza has died unexpected in Argentina, where he was attending a conference. He was 66.

Earlier on Saturday he had been reportedly taken to an complete caring section with a kidney infection.

Last month, Mr Maza called for charges to be brought opposite Catalan leaders, following a criminialized autonomy referendum in a region.

Spain’s domestic leaders have been profitable tribute.

In a twitter (in Spanish), Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy voiced his “deepest condolences” to Mr Maza’s family and friends.

Justice Minister Rafael Catalá described Mr Maza as an unusual counsel and open servant.

Mr Maza was allocated Spain’s profession ubiquitous in Nov 2016.