The judiciary is requesting information about Maradonas legacy from 7 countries, one of which is Arab

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The judiciary is requesting information about Maradona's legacy from 7 countries, one of which is Arab

Reuters

Sources revealed that the Argentine judiciary requested information about the existence of accounts in banks, financial institutions, savings funds, bonds or any assets in the name of the late football star Diego Maradona in 7 countries.

The Argentine judge in charge of the legacy case of legend Diego Armando Maradona called on seven countries, namely, Venezuela, Mexico, Belarus, Cuba, Italy, Switzerland and the UAE to collect information about potential properties and bank accounts in the name of the football star.

Judge Luciana Tedesco Del Rivero from the Civil and Commercial Department in La Plata, Buenos Aires, seeks to determine the properties of the world champion in the 1986 FIFA World Cup Mexico.

Yesterday, Thursday, judicial sources revealed to the local press that the judge had requested information about the existence of accounts in banks, financial institutions, savings funds, bonds or any assets in the name of the football star in these countries.

Earlier this month, the Public Prosecution Office determined that the five recognized children of the late former soccer player are his “legal heirs”: Diego Maradona Junior (34 years), Dalma Maradona (33 years), Gianina Maradona (31 years), Jana Maradona (24 years) and Diego Fernando. Maradona (8 years old).

Maradona died on November 25, at the age of 60, of a heart attack, just weeks after undergoing surgery to treat a brain hemorrhage.

Investigators are looking into the health treatment he received before his death, to determine whether there is a case to charge manslaughter or not, which, if convicted, will lead to a prison sentence of up to 15 years.

A panel of experts made up of 10 official specialists and 10 others chosen by the parties concerned, will verify its results within two or three weeks.

This committee of experts was formed at the request of the Argentine Prosecutor’s Office to decide whether the legend had received the appropriate treatment before his death, but this is a different case from the case of Maradonas legacy, which also enjoys great momentum befitting the momentum that he may have generated while he was alive.

Source: Agencies



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