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18:30  26 october  2020
18:30  26 october  2020 Source:   programme-television.org

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Bernard Tapie : son procès pour « escroquerie » dans l’affaire de l’arbitrage reporté en mai 2021 © ABACA Bernard Tapie: his trial for “fraud” in the arbitration case postponed to May 2021 Bernard Tapie will finally be able to concentrate on his recovery. Suffering from a serious cancer, the businessman was at the same time facing justice with his trial which began in the arbitration case. The latter has just been postponed.

He was not born the one who will bring Bernard Tapie to the ground. The former president of Olympique de Marseille has never shown the slightest sign of weakness throughout his career in the limelight. However, in September 2017, the unthinkable is said: Bernard Tapie suffers from double cancer of the stomach and esophagus. An announcement that raises a wave of support from the inhabitants of the Marseille city, very attached to the businessman who took care of their football team. Three years later, the dad of four children continues to fight.

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But as if this fight against the disease were not enough, for several weeks he has had to face justice. His appeal in the Crédit Lyonnais arbitration case began in Paris. A judicial aspect of which he did not want to lose a crumb in showing up at all the hearings he could attend. But in recent days, the disease has decided otherwise . On October 14, Bernard Tapie did not go to court for health reasons, as his lawyer admitted. Almost two weeks later, the trial has just been definitively postponed.

Your browser does not support this video As the Paris Court of Appeal requested according to information from

l'Obs , the trial of Bernard Tapie and the 5 people also involved with him in the arbitration case is postponed to May 2021 given the state of health of the former president of OM for which the trial was already suspended for a week.

Appointment is therefore given to Bernard Tapie and the other defendants on May 10 at the Paris Court of Appeal. The former minister recently started

a new experimental treatment , due to his physical weakness. But according to the expertise conducted for the trial, "the possibility of an improvement in Bernard Tapie's condition" should be taken into account. This is why the continuation of the trial is therefore postponed.

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