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Alex Saab's corruption pops in Liechtenstein

Gotham City has been on a streak lately, and today it comes with another excellent report on Union Bank, another "money laundering concern" in Liechtenstein that was servicing none other than Alex Saab, Nicolas Maduro's personal representative. Saab was arrested in June in Cape Verde, when en route to Iran to conduct Maduro's affairs. Gotham City gives details about Liechtenstein's prosecutors requesting information to Swiss authorities, with regards to "two banks, one Swiss company, and three people (including the shell's managing director)." It goes on to name CORPOVEX as source that procured subsidised food from Saab, who made a tidy "$90.4 million out of $197.1 million worth of purchases". The Swiss were, as always, intermediating... Go on and read the whole thing!

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