Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy will undergo a historic trial
Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy will undergo a historic trial According to the British “Guardian” report on November 22, the former French President Nicolas Sarkozy will be held on suspicion of corruption and power for personal gain.
Accepted the first formal trial on the 23rd. According to the report, although Sarkozy withdrew from politics in 2016, he has been entangled in multiple judicial investigations.
This allegation is one of several investigations on him. It is reported that Sarkozy’s court trial will start on November 23 and the schedule will be until December 10.
Fabris Alfie, the senior editor of the French news website “Mediapa”, which has conducted several in-depth investigations into the corruption allegations of Sarkozy, said: “This is a’historic trial’ by the French judicial department. This is absolutely the ultimate. It is very important and may be the biggest test faced by French anti-corruption judges.”
Sarkozy has become the second former head of state to be tried in France in recent years. Another former French president, Chirac, who has passed away, was involved in abuses. He was sentenced to two years’ imprisonment with a suspended execution in 2011 on charges of public funds.