Former mayor of Toulon Hubert Falco sentenced on appeal to five years of ineligibility

Former mayor of Toulon Hubert Falco sentenced on appeal to five years of ineligibility
Former mayor of Toulon Hubert Falco sentenced on appeal to five years of ineligibility

By Le Figaro with AFP

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yesterday at 2:44 p.m.,

Update yesterday at 4:28 p.m.

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The former Var councilor was sentenced at first instance to a three-year suspended sentence for the embezzlement of public funds from a community that he no longer managed.

The former strongman of Var politics, Hubert Falco, was sentenced on Tuesday May 14 by the Aix-en-Provence Court of Appeal to 18 months in prison and five years of ineligibility for concealment of embezzlement. of public funds.

The suspended prison sentence is less than the three years suspended sentence handed down at first instance for meals improperly taken from public funds of a community that he no longer managed. The Aix court, on the other hand, confirmed the penalty of ineligibility, attaching it to a provisional execution, that is to say applicable immediately, a blow to the political career of Hubert Falco.

More information to come…

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