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Élysée polls: Guéant sentenced to 8 months in prison with warrant of committal – France
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Élysée polls: Guéant sentenced to 8 months in prison with warrant of committal – France
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The former secretary general of the presidency under Nicolas Sarkozy, Claude Guéant, currently imprisoned because of a previous conviction, was sentenced to one year in prison this Friday, including 8 months, with a deferred deposit warrant, in the affair of the Élysée polls.

Patrick Buisson, then a close adviser to the Head of State, was given a two-year suspended prison sentence and a fine of 150,000 euros and the former pollster Pierre Giacometti was given a 6-month suspended sentence and 70,000 euros. fine.

At the time director of cabinet, Emmanuelle Mignon was sanctioned with a 6-month suspended sentence. On the other hand, the former opinion leader Julien Vaulpré was released.



Élysée polls: Guéant sentenced to 8 months in prison with warrant of committal – France
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