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Descendant -  of Maria Leopoldina of Austria, Regent, and Empress of Brazil, Werner Rydl was born in the city of Vienna, Austria, on August 7, 1957. Businessman in that country for a period of thirty years, he denounced a failure in the Law of the tax system of that country, through which politicians were recovering from the public treasury and embargoed the payment of taxes, duly declared, becoming the target of one of the largest financial scandals produced in the history of Austria. He was accused of indiscriminately and criminally by the Austrian Government that, through a legally unfunded letter, the Brazilian State requested illegal extradition of tax debt in the 4.9 billion Euros.   HYPERLINK "https://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Werner_Rydl" \l "cite_note-2"
Photo photo of Werner Rydl from 2017
Education and Occupation
In 1975 Werner Rydl successfully completed elementary school at the largest federal institute of teaching and research for the chemical industry in Vienna. He then worked as a chemist at the sugar refinery laboratory in Siegendorf. He also completed practical training in a master of civil construction.
In 1983 he founded the construction company Fink GmbH, a company whose businesses flourished rapidly. From there he found that contracts for public works in Austria were signed from bribes. He then decided not to participate in the corrupt system to which he was subjected, going to fight it vehemently.
Businessman in that country for twenty-one years declared every penny of taxes owed to the Austrian Government, but the payment. He publicly denounced the failure of the tax legislation of that country, through which politicians were out of the public treasury and became the target of one of the biggest financial scandals in the history of the Austrian Republic. 
1989 to 2010 - The fiscal embargo declared by Werner Rydl against the Republic of Austria
Werner Rydl always knew from the practical experience in his own companies in Austria that the federative system of that country was corrupt. From this finding, he made the decision to no longer support a criminal system, supported through taxes paid by taxpayers. The taxes and tax obligations of its companies were duly declared until, on 21 December 1989, a tax embargo was declared by Werner Rydl against the Republic of Austria, whose copy was forwarded to the Vienna Attorney General's Office.
In total, Werner Rydl retained more than 4.9 billion Euros for 21 years in view of the embargo imposed on the Austrian Tax Office. 
In 2018, the Supreme Court (RHC163334) will, for the first time, deal with the issue of criminal liability for declared but not taxed taxes.  Werner Rydl offered his experiences of his tax embargo as "amicus curiae" for the Supreme Court. 
The illegality of the extradition of a Brazilian naturalized by lack of reciprocity of the Government of Austria
Werner Rydl - Vienna 2010
In compliance with Austrian law and as already mentioned, the extradition of a naturalized Austrian cannot occur without reciprocity in similar cases. In the specific case, Brazil extradited Werner Rydl, even though a copy of Austrian law was annexed that does not allow the extradition of Austrian citizens naturalized by the practice of tax offenses. In the present case, there was not even a tax offense, since all the amounts were duly declared to the tax authorities of the Republic of Austria. According to the principle of causality, the indemnification claimed by Werner Rydl against Austria was presented to the Austrian Embassy in Brasilia in 2007. Compensation for the illegality of extradition cost Austria's public coffers the 0.2% rate on the amount disputed in Austria, a rate recognized by the courts of that country. The disputed amount from the day of Interpol prison was 4.5 billion EurosConsequently, Austria's conviction for the payment of compensation for 1621 days in prison in Brazil generated the amount of 9 million Euros per day. This form of compensation is absolutely legitimate in accordance with Paragraph 12 of the Federal Tax Code of Austrian law. Thus, no further court decisions were needed in the face of Werner Rydl in Austria. 
Since 2007, Werner Rydl declared annually for the Brazilian Tax Office the transfer of values of its Austrian companies as personal goods. In 2019, Werner Rydl's private assets totaled 27 billion reais, making him one of the richest individuals in the country. 
In 2013, the Supreme Court ruled the RMS 27840 case in favor of Werner Rydl, contrary to the opinion given by the minister rapporteur Ricardo Lewandowsky on the cancellation of Brazilian citizenship, decided administratively by the Minister of Justice, Mr. Márcio Thomas Bastos. Werner Rydl's Brazilian citizenship, therefore, granted in 1995 was recharged and the extradition of the naturalized Brazilian citizen was granted without reciprocity by the Austrian Government. All evidence is consolidated in the proceedings. Thus, a biliary fortune is the result of compensation for damage caused to citizen Werner Rydl by the Government of Austria. 
Of the Philanthropic Activities Carried Out by Werner Rydl in Brazil
In 2013, Werner Rydl returned to Brazil after regaining his Brazilian citizenship, sentenced by the Brazilian Supreme Court. Since then, he has been exclusively involved in philanthropic activities, in an unceasing struggle against systemic corruption rooted in Brazil, which contradicts his activities. Hundreds of millions of reais of its private assets have been spent to finance various social projects in Brazil in recent years.