Showing posts with label fraud. Show all posts
Showing posts with label fraud. Show all posts

Saturday, January 28, 2017

Hillary Clinton aurait reçu 800 000 votes de non-citoyens américains durant la présidentielle

D'après un sondage réalisé aux Etats-Unis, le jour du vote de la présidentielle américaine, Hillary Clinton aurait recueilli plus de 800 000 voix de non-citoyens, alors même que Donald Trump estime que 5 millions de personnes ont voté illégalement.

Monday, November 28, 2016

Des fraudes dans plusieurs États américains le jour du scrutin selon Trump

Le président élu Donald Trump a évoqué de «graves» violations lors de l’élection présidentielle aux États-Unis dans trois États remportés par sa rivale démocrate Hillary Clinton.

Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Venezuelan Supreme Court declares congress leaders in contempt, annulling their decisions

The Venezuelan Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ) declared on Monday that the leaders of the National Assembly were in contempt of court, after they had refused to accept its decision regarding three right-wing deputies.

Sunday, July 26, 2015

Portuguese former bank CEO under house arrest

Former president of bailed-out Portuguese bank Banco Espirito Santo (BES) has been put under house arrest and can only leave with authorization from the judge, the prosecutor's office said in a statement on Saturday.

Friday, August 8, 2014

Argentina calls US to "take responsibility" for Griesa's actions

Cabinet Chief Jorge Capitanich defended the government’s decision to take Argentina’s claims against the US judiciary to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague saying the Kirchnerite administration has expectations Washington “takes responsibility for its judicial branch.”

“Expectations in the hearings are absolutely negative because (US Judge Thomas) Griesa has showed his partiality. He shows partiality in favour of vulture funds because he has proved clearly ignorance on the debt restructuring mechanism,” the head of ministers told reporters while holding his daily conference at the government house today.

Thursday, August 7, 2014

Argentina seeks legal case against US in The Hague (Debt battle)

Argentina has asked the world court in The Hague to launch proceedings against the United States over Argentine sovereign debt, the latest move in the South American country's long-standing dispute with holdout creditors.

A statement issued by the International Court of Justice, the UN's highest court for disputes between nations, said the request had been "transmitted to the US Government. 

However, no action will be taken in the proceedings unless and until" Washington accepts the court's jurisdiction.

Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Argentina to urge Citibank, BONY to pay bondholders...

The Argentine Government will formally demand that Citibank and the Bank of New York Mellon pay exchange bondholders, the Economy Ministry informed today in a press release.
“Citibank and BONY must distribute payments made by the Argentine Republic to exchange bondholders, as well as guarantee future payments become effective,” the press release reads.
The Ministry claims those funds “belong to exchange bondholders” and blames New York district judge Thomas Griesa for “inappropriately blocking” the payments.

Monday, August 4, 2014

Argentina (government) calls for legal actions against vulture funds

Cabinet Chief Jorge Capitanich reiterated that Argentina will call for an inquiry for “fraudulent maneuvers” and urged “bondholders, trustees and clearing agencies” to also take legal action against the vulture funds.

“Argentina will take actions through the Security and Exchange Comission (CNV) for an inquiry on fraudulent maneuvers on credit default swaps,” stated Capitanich in his daily press briefing at government house.

He accused vulture funds of “acting on privileged information” against “markets’ transparency”. The Kirchnerite official pointed out that the government is analyzing several legal alternatives against the holdouts, and said “bondholders, trustees and clearing agencies should take actions” too.

Friday, October 26, 2012

Silvio Berlusconi sentenced to four years for tax fraud

Former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has been sentenced to four years in prison for tax fraud.
Mr Berlusconi and others were accused of buying US film rights at inflated prices via two offshore companies under his control.
The former prime minister is expected to appeal against the verdict.
He has faced a number of trials connected to his business affairs, but has either been cleared or cases have run beyond the judicial time limit.
In the case for which he was sentenced on Friday, prosecutors alleged that part of the money declared for the purchase of film rights was skimmed off to create illegal slush funds, reducing tax liabilities for Mediaset, one of Mr Berlusconi's companies.

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