The judiciary summons the governor of the Banque du Liban on suspicion of committing 6 crimes

Lebanon-ALSHARQIYA  July 20 : The Lebanese judiciary summoned the Governor of the Banque du Liban, Riad Salameh, on suspicion of having committed several financial crimes, including "embezzlement and forgery".

 And the media reported that the discriminatory attorney general, Judge Jean Tannous, summoned Salama as a suspect in 6 crimes related to money laundering, embezzlement and forgery. tax evasion and illicit enrichment.

 The Lebanese judiciary conducted several investigations and raids and collected evidence, documents and documents that support the suspicion towards the six crimes related to Salama.

 Lebanon is witnessing a stifling political and economic crisis in light of the authorities' inability to find protective solutions to keep the country from the brink of collapse.


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