France: Nicolas Sarkozy expresses his “anger” and his “indignation” at his trial

Lformer President Nicolas Sarkozy, tried in Paris for corruption and influence peddling in the “eavesdropping” affair, denied Monday at the bar of having “ever committed the slightest act of corruption”, at the very beginning of his questioning .

The ex-head of state, 65, expressed his “anger” and “indignation”, adding that he hoped “to be washed away from this infamy”. “This is the first time that I have the impression that I will be able to explain myself before an impartial justice,” added Nicolas Sarkozy, during a long introductory statement.

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