A Paris criminal court has convicted a former president of illegally financing the 2012 election campaign. Thirteen of his accomplices were also convicted.
A Paris court has sentenced Nicolas Sarkozy to one year in prison for illegally increasing campaign funding for the 2012 election.
The Paris court upheld his decision on the grounds that Nicholas had “conscience” and “will” exceeding the legal limit (42.2 M بجائے instead of 22 M کیونکہ) because, the court noted, Was not his first campaign “and” he was warned of the dangers by accountants. ” In addition, the court noted that candidate Sarkozy “failed to control voluntarily” during the election campaign.
In addition, Nicolas Sarkozy’s former campaign manager, Guillaume Lambert, was sentenced to three-and-a-half years in prison, two of which were suspended. Jerome Laurelix, who quickly identified the facts, was also sentenced to three years in prison for breach of trust, one of which was suspended. Others were found guilty of financing an illegal campaign.
Below the electronic bracelet.
Nicolas Sarkozy has been sentenced to one year in prison. But his sentence should be closed under the electronic bracelet. The fact that he has decided to appeal could raise questions about this infamous sentence.
Anyway. This is the first time that a former president of the republic has been condemned for wearing an electronic bracelet like a common thief (certainly not). Especially since this new crime has been committed against him, on March 1, 2021, in a case known as “wire tapping”: three years in prison, one of which was for “corruption and the trade of influence”. ۔ He appealed.
A lesson for 2022 presidential candidates