Ashween Angnoe, business partner of former Governor of the Central Bank of Suriname (CBvS) Robert Van Trickt, was released today. This is confirmed by his attorney, Irvin Kanhay. Angnoe already has 2/3 of his Punishment imposed Servants.
Today, the defense attorney filed the request again during the criminal case hearing on the higher appeal. On Monday, Jan. 31, Engeno was sentenced to four years in prison and a fine of 150,000 Saudi riyals, or 12 months in prison. The court agreed to Kanhaei’s request and released the accused.
Faranaaz Alibaks-Hausil, former director of legal, compliance and international affairs at CBvS, was suspended in this case on Monday, July 25. Liberation. It was on January 31st by District Judge Maitri Koldipsingh convicted to imprisonment for three years and a fine of 100,000 Saudi riyals or alternatively 10 months imprisonment.
Kanhai says the court will continue to hear the ruling on November 7. Van Trick and Ginmardo Chromosweto, former director of the Surinamese Postsbarbank, remain in detention.
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