The list of the National Service for the Recovery of Assets (Senra), published this Monday, includes 219 goods and assets recovered, seized or arrested, part of which are related to ongoing proceedings, for a total of 19 billion dollars.
Of these, 7 billion dollars correspond to recovered assets and around 12 billion dollars were seized or arrested.
The seized and arrested assets are still pending judicial decisions and only if these are favorable to the State, and after becoming final and unappealable, will they pass to the State.
Among these assets are factories, farms, mines, shops and commercial establishments, buildings, urbanizations and condominiums, dozens of hotels, two port terminals, as well as cash and shareholdings.
The list reveals the type of assets, their value, their current situation and the year in which they were recovered, but it does not mention who their previous holders or beneficiaries were.
The list includes mostly assets recovered in Angola, but there are also two houses in the Algarve, worth 4.2 million dollars, delivered to the Ministry of Finance (Minfin) in 2019, an apartment in Lisbon, valued at 450,000 dollars also delivered to the State in the same year, and another apartment in Telheiros, also delivered to Minfin, with the value of 320 thousand dollars.
There are also apartments in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, valued at a total of 750,000 dollars, with the indication that "awaiting formal delivery", since 2019.
Last week, the director of the National Asset Recovery Service (Senra), Eduarda Rodrigues, said that over the last two years, over 24 billion dollars had been identified in processes under investigation into the recovery of assets, a sum that now amounts to 70 billion dollars.