A parliamentary investigation into the 2005 Chilean casino law has reached a damning verdict on both the law itself and the licence tendering process for seventeen new casinos in the South American country.
A parliamentary commission deliberately set up to investigate the implementation of law 19.995 has confirmed the allegations of corruption that have dogged the licensing process ever since it began in 2005. The law allowed for the creation of seventeen new casinos in Chile and although fifteen of those licences have been duly awarded, the licensing process for the final two casinos was suspended for nine months in January of this year in order to allow for the investigation to take place.
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