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Senator Jean-Noël Guérini sentenced to three years in prison, including 18 months closed, his brother Alexandre to six years closed


The Marseille Criminal Court rendered its judgment on Friday against Senator Jean-Noël Guérini, former strongman of Bouches-du-Rhôn

"They have made clientelism a mode of governance," had castigated the prosecution on April 7.

The Marseille Criminal Court sentenced Senator Jean-Noël Guérini, ex-strongman of Bouches-du-Rhône, to three years in prison, including 18 months closed, and his entrepreneur brother Alexandre, to six years in prison.

They were accused of patronage practices in a case which had shaken the Socialist Party.

The prosecution had required four years of imprisonment, two of which were firm, a fine of 70,000 euros and a five-year ineligibility against the elected representative, aged 70. Against his younger brother Alexandre, entrepreneur in waste management and central figure in the trial, the prosecutor asked for a heavier sentence: eight years firm with a committal warrant and a fine of 500,000 euros.

Source: leparis

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