Eric Ciotti, his parking spaces and his ghostly meetings – Libération

Eric Ciotti, his parking spaces and his ghostly meetings – Libération
Eric Ciotti, his parking spaces and his ghostly meetings – Libération

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While the Nice public prosecutor’s office has opened a preliminary investigation targeting the reviled president of LR, the Alpes-Maritimes department assures that the free parking cards were allocated to him as administrator of the port of Nice. However, the elected official has not attended any port council since at least 2017, reveals “Libération”.

He immediately yelled at the “political manipulation” after the announcement of the opening by the Nice public prosecutor’s office of a preliminary investigation into “embezzlement of public funds” on May 31, a few days before the European elections and the announcement of its alliance with the National Rally. In a press release sent to the press, Eric Ciotti, still president of LR since his exclusion by the party’s political bureau was invalidated by the courts, accuses “one very close to [son] opponent Christian Estrosi»the mayor of Nice, who according to him would have “deposited opportunely” a report to the local public prosecutor’s office.

The preliminary investigation follows, it is true, a report filed with the prosecutor’s office by the Alpes-Maritimes referent of Anticor, suspecting the president of the department’s finance committee of having used free parking cards. on the port of Nice. According to the document consulted by Release, eight people, all belonging to Eric Ciotti’s close team, parked as they wished, and in plain sight, in the car park located in the port area, a stone’s throw from the electoral headquarters of the former president of the departmental council, re-elected deputy in 2022. Although belonging to the Nice Côte d’Azur metropolis since the 1st

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