Paulo Maluf is removed from the Interpol wanted list

Congressman was in the red mailing list of international police since 2010.
12/04/2016 14h35 - Updated 12/04/2016 14h35
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Congressman Paulo Salim Maluf (PP-SP) and your son, Flávio, had their names removed from the public wanted list of Interpol. With the name in the list, the politician was prevented from traveling to 181 countries risked being arrested.

The name of the former mayor of São Paulo and his son were included in the list 2010 due to deviation of more than 10 millions of dollars of public funds to alleged accounts held at a bank in New York City. In 2012, Paulo Maluf's lawyers have filed to annul the international arrest warrant against him, but the Supreme Court of New York denied.

The office of the deputy refused to comment or explain why his name was removed from the list.

On the afternoon of Monday, Maluf voted for the opening of the impeachment of President Dilma Rousseff. The congressman had spoken out in favor of impeachment in your social networks.

“I want to announce to all my constituents that I will vote in favor of impeachment, for I am against these shady deals that the government is doing with deputies. My public life has always been the opposite. I have won and lost many disputes, but always in a democratic and transparent manner, as strongly value the democracy”, he said.


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