Judicial letter requesting expansion to investigate transfers abroad

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Judicial letter requesting expansion to investigate transfers abroad

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                13/07/2020
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The National Media Agency confirmed that the discriminatory public attorney, Judge Sobouh Suleiman, wrote a letter to the Special Investigation Commission at the Banque du Liban, requesting that he expand the investigation into bank transfers abroad that took place between October 17 of 2019 and December 31 of the same year, which reached A total of 160 million and 441 thousand dollars, which belongs to politically exposed people who deal with public affairs.Suleiman also asked the authority to confirm with the banks the investigation of these accounts, especially every account equivalent to or more than one million US dollars, pursuant to Article 4 of the Anti-Money Laundering Law No. 44/2015.

Likewise, asking banks to inform the head of the Special Investigation Commission about every suspected bank account from accounts transferred abroad, pursuant to Article 7 of the aforementioned law.

And the authority has previously refrained from providing the judiciary with the names of the owners of remittances abroad, as there is no suspicion about the accounts of these persons according to the answer that was received from the authority from the banks.

The judiciary also received a negative answer from Switzerland on this issue, considering that investigating it requires the existence of an original crime, as well as that the money that was transferred to bank accounts in Switzerland “is clean money until the opposite is proven.”

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