The Supreme Court of Venezuela stated from the requests for the extension of extradition of the spaniard Vincente Lamarca Sanchez, who was among the ten fugitives national most wanted by the Spanish Police in 2016, and Andres Liétor, which was condemned by the case of Malaya, the biggest corruption scheme known in a town Hall in Spain. Lamarca is accused of drug trafficking, crime against the public treasury, money laundering and violations of parole in Spain
The high court has pointed out in a press release that stated from the "third extension of the extradition request passive, proposal by the Kingdom of Spain" against Lamarca Sanchez, for the "alleged commission of an offence against the Spanish Treasury".MORE INFORMATION Arrested in Venezuela, the alleged author of the triple crime of Usera The National court agrees to deliver to Venezuela to the nurse Chavez Arrested in Venezuela a person convicted of the ‘Malay’ eloped two years ago
The notice also indicates that the extradition of Lamarca Sanchez is "contingent commitment" of Spain "may not be judged by other facts other than those indicated in the third extension of the extradition request, committed prior to the same". Highlights also that of being convicted for this case consideration should be given to the date of his arrest in Marsbahis Venezuela, the October 14, 2017. After his arrest in Venezuela, the department of the Interior Spanish began the necessary arrangements to proceed with his extradition from spain.
The Supreme court of venezuela also declared from the request for extension of extradition made by Spain's Andres Liétor Martinez, to be judged "by the alleged commission of the offence of evading tax" in "prejudice to the Public Treasury," a fact other than the one that motivated the extradition passive agreed in 2016. In the text it is pointed out that his extradition is contingent on the commitment on the part of Spain that will not be imposed on "the death penalty, or penalties defamatory as forced labour, or imprisonment for life."
in Addition, it is stated that "it may not be judged by other facts other than those indicated in the extradition request, committed prior to the said application, and may make use of the resources to challenge decisions that are unfavourable". Liétor is requested by Spain from 2016 after he was arrested in June of that year. He fled to Venezuela in 2014.
The venezuelan authorities reported their willingness to submit to Liétor who would comprise three orders of search and capture by different judicial procedures, the latter for the case of Malaya.