Spain's Ministry of Finance has issued a €25m fine for illegal gambling activities to the Organización Impulsora de Discapacitados (OID).

OID employs more than 3,000 people with disabilities who serve as lottery agents across the country. It also provides legal and professional counseling to the disabled and aims to ensure their active participation in society through employment.

The Ministry issued the multi-million euro fine for what it described as very serious breaches of the Spanish gaming law, namely the operation of an unlicensed lottery.

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