Rachida Dati specifically accused of “passive corruption”




The former justice minister was the target of an investigation by the National Finance Prosecutor’s Office (PNF) into her advisory services as a lawyer in the Nissan-Renault alliance chaired by Carlos Ghosn between 2010 and 2013

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Former Justice Minister Rachida Dati has been charged with “passive corruption”, “passive spreading of influence” and “covering up abuse of office”, Franceinfo learned on Tuesday (July 27th) from one of his lawyers confirming information from the chain duck. The defense of the current mayor of LR 7th arrondissement of Paris announces that he is appealing this indictment.

Rachida Dati was the target of an anti-corruption investigation by the National Finance Prosecutor’s Office (PNF) into her advisory services as a lawyer in the Nissan-Renault alliance chaired by Carlos Ghosn between 2010 and 2013, while she was elected to the European Parliament.

In particular, the judiciary wants to determine whether the 900,000 euros in compensation Rachida Dati received between 2010 and 2013 correspond to certain activities or whether it was an appropriate job because it could hide lobbying activities banned for MEPs.





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