SRI: Severe Penalties for Committing Private Unjustified Enrichment
Posted On 23 May 2011
Imprisonment for up to five years could be the penalty imposed by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to penalize private enrichment if not justified, according to the new proposed legal reforms implemented.
Carlos Marx Carrasco, director of SRI, announced that he wants these sanctions to be severe and to include five years in prison; the offending party has to return what he got unfairly and pay a fine.
Carrasco said he seeks to “end the testaferrismo, smuggling, drug trafficking, coyoterismo (illegal inmigrantion), usury, money laundering (…)”
Source: El Universo Newspaper