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France's Fillon charged over 'fake jobs' scandal: lawyer

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France's rightwing presidential candidate Francois Fillon has been charged with several offences over a fake jobs scandal, including for misuse of public funds, his lawyer said today.

"He was charged this morning. The hearing was brought forward so that it could take place in a calm manner," his lawyer Antonin Levy told AFP.



He was also charged with misuse of corporate assets, he said.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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France's Fillon charged over 'fake jobs' scandal: lawyer

France's rightwing presidential candidate Francois Fillon has been charged with several offences over a fake jobs scandal, including for misuse of public funds, his lawyer said today. "He was charged this morning. The hearing was brought forward so that it could take place in a calm manner," his lawyer Antonin Levy told AFP. He was also charged with misuse of corporate assets, he said. France's rightwing presidential candidate Francois Fillon has been charged with several offences over a fake jobs scandal, including for misuse of public funds, his lawyer said today.

"He was charged this morning. The hearing was brought forward so that it could take place in a calm manner," his lawyer Antonin Levy told AFP.

He was also charged with misuse of corporate assets, he said.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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France's Fillon charged over 'fake jobs' scandal: lawyer

France's rightwing presidential candidate Francois Fillon has been charged with several offences over a fake jobs scandal, including for misuse of public funds, his lawyer said today.

"He was charged this morning. The hearing was brought forward so that it could take place in a calm manner," his lawyer Antonin Levy told AFP.

He was also charged with misuse of corporate assets, he said.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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