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New prosecutor delays the English



Original Source: CORREIO_DA_MANHA 03 September 2014

Miguel Curado 03.09.2014 10:20

Translated by Astro

English police wants to carry out more diligences within the investigation

Newly nominated magistrate has to approve Scotland Yard's letter rogatory for the diligences to be resumed. 


The arrival of English officers at the Algarve, for more diligences in the investigation surrounding Madeleine McCann, foreseen for this month, is delayed. The nomination of a new prosecutor at the Public Ministry in Portimão, who inherited the case, is due to delay the approval of the letter rogatory from Scotland Yard that requested the diligences.


The new magistrate at the Public Ministry in Portimão entered functions this week. He is now getting acquainted with the processes and priority will lay with cases that have detained arguidos, which are considered to be urgent. Therefore, the fifth letter rogatory that was sent by the English to the Attorney General's office will only be analysed by the Public Ministry afterwards. Then the decision will be forwarded to the PJ and only then may the diligences that have been requested by the British, which include some more questioning, be initiated.


Meanwhile, a report from the English Home Office that was publicised yesterday, censors the involvement of several British government agencies into the investigation that followed the disappearance of Maddie McCann, in May of 2007, from the Ocean Club in Praia da Luz. According to the Home Office, the English investigators "ran over each other", creating in Portugal and in the Portuguese police forces "a feeling of being colonised".


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