Credit Suisse threatens to enlist the President of Mozambique, Filipe Nyusi, in the trial that opposes the investment bank to the African State in the Superior Court of London in the case of ‘hidden debts’, which is due to be judged next year.
In a document submitted to the court, Credit Suisse admits adding the head of state to the lawsuit as a defendant “to answer for his irregularities”.
The bank’s lawyers reportedly asked the Mozambican authorities, in a letter dated 11 May, for confirmation that the head of state did not claim or was meeting immunity in this case, but had not yet received a response by July.
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