Foreign Secretary of the United Kingdom Dominic Rob, Announced that Barranquilla Alex Chop, Pointed out Image of Nicolas Maduro, Officially entered the list of citizens allowed by his country to commit acts of corruption.
According to his government, Saab and his partner Alvaro Enrique Pulito, Enriched themselves at the expense of looting two projects that sought to benefit the poorest people in Venezuela: Setting up of ‘club’ boxes and houses at subsidized prices.
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In fact, the United Kingdom’s endorsement is closely linked to the ongoing process against Chab in the United States, which calls for his extradition. Cape Verde, Where he was imprisoned since June 12, 2020.
Although the United Kingdom has not provided further details on the permit, EL TIEMPO has established that it has a millionaire’s trust in the country.
With this, the current Saab partner Camila Fabri moved large sums of money even through Italy.
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In December 2020, both, as revealed by EL TIEMPO Give The British authorities followed the path of that money Dubai and France.
In total, 1.8 million euros were confiscated.
“The actions we are taking today are aimed at those who lined up their pockets at the expense of citizens. The UK is committed to combating the suffering of corruption and paying those responsible for its corrosive effects.Rob said according to the statement.
Others involved in corruption cases were added to the same list by the British government Equatorial Guinea, Zimbabwe, Venezuela and Iraq “For developing countries to lose vital resources”.
Last March, a Swiss lawyer concluded an investigation into alleged money laundering through accounts abroad.
They review the Constitution of the Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court’s rulings that have already led to Saab being extradited to the United States.
For his part, Constitutional Court Cape Verde released a document (dated June 29) in which the UN. It outlines the reasons why the precautionary measures requested by the Human Rights Commission could not stop the extradition process.
That court is reviewing Constitution of the Court of Appeal and the decisions of the Supreme Court of Cape Verde, Have already been given free rein to hand over Barranquilla.