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Sospechoso británico en caso de fraude danés será extraditado de Emiratos Árabes Unidos

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Un británico acusado de defraudar a las autoridades fiscales danesas, Sanjay Shah (en la foto), será extraditado a Dinamarca desde los Emiratos Árabes Unidos, dijeron el lunes las autoridades de ambos lados.

sha es sospechoso de ejecutar un esquema eso involucró la presentación de solicitudes al Tesoro danés en nombre de inversores y empresas de todo el mundo para reembolsos de impuestos sobre dividendos por valor de más de 9 mil millones de coronas danesas ($ 1.32 mil millones).

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Danish Justice Minister Peter Hummelgaard said in a statement that he understood Dubai authorities’ decision was final but must still go via his UAE counterpart.

“We as a society can now send a clear signal to this type of criminal in a suit that no hiding place is safe, no matter where in the world you are,” he added.

The emirate’s state media office confirmed that Attorney General Essam Issa Al Humaidan had rejected Shah’s appeal.

“Sanjay Shah can be extradited to Denmark over fraud and money laundering charges,” it said on Twitter.

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Shah’s media and political adviser, Jack Irvine, said in a statement that Shah was unlikely to be on the first plane out of Dubai.

“At the risk of repeating myself I will say again, Mr Shah continues to deny that the trades were illegal,” he said. “I am confident that the truth concerning (Danish tax authority) SKAT’s dysfunctionality will eventually emerge.”

Since Shah’s arresto en Dubái en junio del año pasado, su caso ha pasado por varias instancias judiciales.

“We have been providing consular assistance to a British man following his arrest in Dubai in June 2022 and are in contact with the local authorities,” a spokesperson for the British Foreign Office said

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