Several senior magistrates were suspected of having deliberately lied to the nation's elected officials, the Obs revealed last October.
The deputies are again heard this Wednesday.
The National Assembly will take legal action for possible "perjury" of Catherine Champrenault, attorney general of Paris, who had assured a commission that she had not been informed of an investigation in connection with the case of "fadettes", let know several deputies.
The Bureau of the Assembly, its highest collegial body, decided on this referral on Wednesday unanimously.
Catherine Champrenault had declared under oath that the general prosecutor's office had not been "informed" of the investigation by the National Financial Prosecutor's Office (PNF) which led to the detailed telephone bills ("fadettes") of many tenors of the bar and their staff. collaborators.
This referral stems from the revelations of our colleagues from Le Point, concerning a letter sent in January 2019 by the number two of the national financial prosecutor to the Attorney General of Paris, Catherine Champrenault.
The signatory presented the details of his investigations in the search for a "mole" informing Nicolas Sarkozy.
The telephone calls of many lawyers were scrutinized there, causing a real outcry.
However, before a parliamentary committee, on July 2, 2020, Catherine Champrenault affirmed under oath that she "never had any information on this file".