The European Union (EU) has officially lifted the freeze on the assets of Tunisian businessman Marwan Mabrouk in Europe, according to I Watch.
This decision, confirmed Tuesday by an EU spokesperson, comes in response to the request made by Tunisian Prime Minister Youssef Chahed, according to I Watch, an international transaprency subsidiary in Tunisia, which denounced the intervention of Chahed.
The name of Marouane Mabrouk has been removed from a list of 48 personalities of the former regime fallen, object of freezing of their assets since 2011. The freezing of the assets of the other 47 personalities was maintained until January 31, 2020, d after the text of the European decision sent to the TAP Agency.
Thus, Annex I to Regulation (EU) No 101/2011, the entry 28 (Mohamed Marwan Ben Ali Ben Mohamed Mabrouk) has just been deleted from the Official Journal of the European Union, as stipulated in this document.