Attorney General's Office on Sunday revealed that evidence against former President Abdulla Yameen Abdul Gayoom and former Vice President Ahmed Adeeb for money laundering have been submitted to Police and Presidential Commission on Corruption and Asset Recovery.
As per the press release by AG office, the documentary evidence was submitted to them by Maldivian Democratic Party.
AG office also stated that the document was a compilation of data collected from Adeeb's mobile phone by an intelligence company approved by United Kingdom's Home Office.
In addition to money laundering, AG office believes that the documents give evidence against bribery and corruption.
While the statement revealed that the evidence was submitted to Presidential Commission on Corruption and Asset Recovery on January 15, it did not specify when the case was filed at Police.