Ireland Nicolas Sarkozy: verdict passed! Now he has to be behind bars.
Carla Bruni: when the former First Lady organized watered parties at the Élysée
In their book "The Elysée: Behind the scenes and secrets of a palace", Jacques Santamaria and Patrice Duhamel tell a rather funny anecdote about the companion by Nicolas Sarkozy. © Abaca Carla Bruni: when the former First Lady organized drunken parties at the Elysee Carla Bruni is a former First Lady who will have marked the spirits. It must be said that the couple she forms with Nicolas Sarkozy is rather atypical and unexpected for the most part.
Nicolas Sarkozy are uncomfortable times ahead. Today, Monday, he was sentenced to prison in Paris on charges of bribery and illicit influence.
This judgment hits, 66, hard. The former French President has been sentenced to three years in prison, as the French news agency AFP reported on Monday from the Paris Justice Palace. Of this, however, two years are suspended. The allegation: The 66-year-old is believed to have tried to bribe a judge at the Supreme Court in 2014.
Married at first sight 3: Elodie victim of blackmail, she warns her fans
© @ elodiemapr3 Married at first sight 3: Elodie victim of blackmail, she warns her fans Élodie, former candidate of Married at first look 3, had the unfortunate surprise of discovering his hacked Instagram. If she was able to recover her account, the young woman finds herself without content. She shares her dismay on Friday February 27, 2021. When you look at Elodie's Instagram page, participant Married at first sight 3 , everything seems in order.
Nicolas Sarkozy: Judge gives him secret information
Allegedly Sarkozy tried to find out details about an ongoing investigation against him. He has apparently succeeded: Judge Gilbert Azibert is said to have given him the requested and also top secret information. And not only that: Azibert tried to influence his colleagues in Sarkozy's favor.
In return, the former president had apparently promised the judge who was devoted to him that he would find his dream post in Monaco. A presumed promise that was never kept.
Carla Bruni stands behind her Nikolas
Sarkozy has denied all allegations at the beginning of the investigation against him. He steadfastly claimed that he was the victim of lies. Now the Paris court has evidently proven the opposite. A small consolation for the formerly great head of state: wife, 53, stands by him.
Bismuth trial: time for judgment for Nicolas Sarkozy in the "tapping" affair
© Copyright 2021, L'Obs An unprecedented acquittal or conviction. The Paris court rules this Monday, March 1, in the so-called "eavesdropping" case on the fate of former president Nicolas Sarkozy, against whom the prosecution requested four years of imprisonment , two of which were suspended for corruption and influence peddling. The same sentence was requested for the lawyer of the former head of state, Thierry Herzog, and the former high magistrate Gilbert Azibert.
"What an insane ruthlessness, my dear @nicolassarkozy", the singer writes on Instagram under a familiar and romantic picture of the couple, and adds: "The fight continues, the truth will begin Light come ". She closes her militant post with the hashtag #injustice. At least love has won.
Sources used: afp.com, intagram.com
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For 62% of French people, politicians are treated "less severely" than ordinary citizens .
© BERTRAND GUAY / AFP According to an Ifop poll carried out for the Journal du dimanche, a majority of French people (62%) think that personalities politicians are treated "less harshly" by the courts than ordinary citizens. Still according to the same survey, nearly 80% of French people consider that the conviction of Nicolas Sarkozy by the courts constitutes an obstacle for a possible candidacy in 2022.