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Alex Saab threatens Cape Verdean government for his “illegal” detention

The businessman Alex Saab, allegedly forehead of the Venezuelan President, Nicolás Maduro, said today that he was illegally detained in Cape Verde, he was surprised by the “inaction” of the Cape Verdean prime minister and foresees legal and political consequences.

In an open letter to the Cape Verdean Prime Minister, Ulisses Correia e Silva, the businessman said that he had been “illegally detained” in Cape Verde for 57 days, “waiting for an unfounded and politically motivated request for extradition by the United States. revised ”.

Written in the Sal island chain and sent to the Lusa agency by the global communication agency (YoungNetwork Group), Alex Nain Saab Morán, who identifies himself as “Special Envoy for the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela”, said he is being targeted by “ great injustice ”.

“I was denied the right to a hearing and my team of lawyers did not have access to the attorney’s report, which is unprecedented in Cape Verde’s legal history,” he added.

Speaking of his family background and background, Saab explained that he was a “normal person with a common past” who, “thanks to hard work”, managed to build a “successful business in the private sector without receiving government benefits”.

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