US News One year ago, 10 000 € fine: Justice increases the sentences for Claude Gueant
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by requesting Friday, December 3, one year of firm imprisonment and € 10,000, the National Financial Prosecutor's Office (PNF) reviews its requisitions against the former Secretary General of the Chair Claude Guéant in the case of Surveys of the Elysee.
Friday, December 3, the National Financial Prosecutor's Office (PNF) has revised its requisitions against the former Secretary-General of the Chair Claude Gueant in the Elysee Surveys Case, requesting one year of firm imprisonment and 10 000 € fine.
Favoritism and misappropriation of public funds
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More than three weeks after the end of the trial of five former councilors of Nicolas Sarkozy, the Criminal Court of Paris reopened the debates after the communication, by the PNF, new documents concerning Claude Guéant .
On November 10, the public prosecutor had requested one year in prison, six months off, as well as € 10,000, against the 76-year-old accused, for favoritism and misappropriation of public funds by negligence.
Friday, December 3rd, the 32nd Correctional Chamber examined two judgments of the Paris Court of Appeal, rendered on 9 November. That day, the Court of Appeal had revoked some of the stay of Claude Gueant (three months) and a part of his conditional freedom (six months) because it considered that it did not proceed to the necessary payments.
"Off topic and out of debate"
his lawyer Philippe MOUTZ EL-GHOZI denounced an " diversion " on the part of the PNF, which aggravates the sentence by evoking, " in hollow ", an " alleged organization organization Fraudulent insolvency "which is" off topic and out of debate ".
The rendering of the decision remains fixed on 21 January.
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