The French investigative delegation interrogated the fugitive businessman over allegations of financial misconduct in France, including expenses covered by a Dutch subsidiary of Renault and Nissan Motor Co.
Ghosn gave “long and detailed answers to hundreds of questions,” Tamalet said, adding that Ghosn had never been given “the opportunity to answer these kinds of questions in front of judges.”
These statements echo Ghosn‘s repeated claim that he faced injustice in Japan after he was arrested in 2018.
For him to be formally indicted and gain access to the details of the charges he’s facing, Carlos Ghosn would have to be in France, where he holds citizenship in addition to his Lebanese and Brazilian passports.
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