MALE — The prison courtroom of Maldives on Sunday discovered the nation’s former president Abdulla Yameen responsible on corruption and cash laundering expenses associated to receiving kickbacks from a personal firm.
The courtroom stated it expects to announce the sentence quickly. Yameen has denied any wrongdoing.
Yameen, who misplaced energy in 2018, was sentenced to 5 years in jail and fined $5 million in 2019 for embezzling $1 million in state funds, which the prosecution stated was acquired by means of the lease of resort growth rights.
After his sentencing, Yameen was shifted to accommodate arrest in 2020 however was freed months later.
Since his launch, Yameen, the half-brother of forme…
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