Belgium put terror suspects financially dry

Belgium put terror suspects financially dry

World July 29, 2016 06:03

brussels - For the first time, the Belgian government has turned off the money tap twelve terror suspects. It reports the Belgian newspaper De Tijd Friday. It is an administrative measure, requested by anti-terror body OCAD and without the intervention of the court, approved by the cabinet.

Among the twelve defendants, according to the newspaper 'the man with the hat 'Mohamed Abrini, Molenbeek family Bazarouj that Salah Abdeslam possible gave shelter, and several Syriëstrijders. Some of them were involved in the shooting in Verviers in 2015.

The ability to block money and property of people, exists in Belgium by royal decree since 2006, but it is the first time that the measure is applied. The Finance Minister Johan Overtveldt could not say anything about the decision.
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