The Court of Appeal in Belgrade again remitted the case to extradite Tsvetan Vasilev


The former owner of Corporate Commercial Bank (CCB) Tsvetan Vasilev will soon be extradited to Bulgaria

 
More than a month the High Court in Belgrade, which is the first instance in production has allowed the extradition, but this news was announced yesterday by BNT and the prosecution until last night had no such information.
 
"More than a month the court has allowed the extradition of first instance. The Court of Appeal on June 7 had a meeting yesterday returned the case to the trial court," said lawyer Simeonov, but since the decision was not until yesterday, still did not know the motives of court.
 
Thus the case for extradition for the third time will start from the first instance, after last year's Supreme Court in Belgrade again allow extradition and the case was again returned by the Court of Appeal. Last resort in Serbia, is the Minister of Justice, as the Case not even get to it.
 
Meanwhile, the prosecution announced yesterday that the case of embezzlement of 206 million. Lev from the CCB against Tzvetan Vasilev will continue in the specialized prosecution office as they gathered evidence that Vasilev has organized and led a criminal group of 13 people that money is the east.
 
According to the indictment, the group of Tsvetan Vassilev is created by mercenary motives for carrying out malfeasance and acted from January 2009 to June 2014. Rumiana Arnaudova, which is a spokesman for the Prosecutor General Sotir Tsatsarov announced yesterday that pending the lifting of the new charges after the case went to the special prosecutor's office. At the same time, the site "Judicial Reports" wrote that even Serbia to extradite Tsvetan Vassilev, he can be tried in Bulgaria only for the crime for which was handed over until it is requested and the accusation that led criminal group . Bulgaria formally requested the extradition of Vasilev on charges of embezzling money from the CCB.
 
The transfer of the case to the special prosecutor's office was read from the lawyer Vasilev as an attempt by prosecutors to avoid trial at the Sofia City Court (SCC). Lawyer Simeonov reminded sharp lines that were exchanged correspondence between Deputy Prosecutor Borislav Sarafov and SCC in connection with the scandal initiated by the investigating police officer Lyubomila Ivanova case for tort against Sarafov and leaks in the media.
 
 
 


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The Court of Appeal in Belgrade again remitted the case to extradite Tsvetan Vasilev The Court of Appeal in Belgrade again remitted the case to extradite Tsvetan Vasilev