Nearly 320 million Tunisian dinars in the form of funds placed in current accounts, assets and cash have been seized from the beginning of work of the Seizure Committee to date, Najib Hnene, President the committee said Monday in a statement to Africanmanager.
These assets belonged to persons put in the list of 114 (Ben Ali, his family, his sons in law and his family).
Najib Hnene said 534 properties (movable and non-movable), 188 cars and 636 businesses were partially or totally confiscated.
He added that the seizure committee is currently working on 200 other files relating to businesses and 100 others to properties.
In addition, the committee has provided advice to the parties concerned to investigate other ill-gotten properties, noting that several committees have been established in different governorates in order to investigate all property belonging to Ben Ali’s clan, suspected of corruption.