French prosecutor's office demanded 6 months in prison for Sarkozy
In the trial of ex-French President Nicolas Sarkozy, who is suspected of exceeding the amount of funding for his election campaign in 2012, the prosecution came forward. According to the BFM TV channel, the prosecutor's office demanded six months in prison and a fine of 3750 euros for the former owner of the Elysee Palace.
Sarkozy himself, who the day before behaved very emotionally in the courtroom in Paris (for which he even received a penalty), categorically denies his involvement in unfair financial reporting and concealment of expenses. He called these accusations "fairy tales" in which he would never believe as a man who spent forty years in politics and knows the "kitchen" of election campaigns well.