France fines Equatorial Guinea vice president €30 million for corruption

France fines Equatorial Guinea vice president €30 million for corruption

A French court on Monday handed a three-year suspended jail sentence and a €30m fine to Teodorin Obiang, the vice president of Equatorial Guinea, for graft and money laundering. Obiang, 50, had challenged his 2017 conviction, but the court gave him a heavier sentence by refusing to suspend the fine. Additionally, the Paris appeals court also confirmed the seizure of his property in Paris.

pennydreadful
pennydreadful
k
k 3 months

If France wishes to cover I'll gotten gains then they should consider returning some billions to Africa https://youtu.be/B0yGa9H-hLg

Apache helicopter
Apache helicopter 3 months

you don't say..

Top in World
Get the App