LONDON – the son of The former Libyan leader Muammar Kaddafi want to have evidence to hand over to the French justice that ex-president Nicolas Sarkozy has money received from Libya for his election campaign. This is reported by the American channel NBC News Friday.
Justice, in France, a judicial investigation set up to the 63-year-old Sarkozy because he is in 2007, financial support would have received from the former Libyan leader Muammar Kaddafi. A Franco-Libyan businessman, claimed in november 2016, that he was at that time a three bags with money of Kaddafi to Sarkozy has transferred through his confidant Claude Guéant. That went for 5 million euros.
“I can confirm that I still have hard proof about Sarkozy,” said Seif al-Islam Gadhafi against the African subsidiary of NBC. “I’ve seen with my own eyes the delivery of the first sum of money to Sarkozy’s man Claude Guéant in Tripoli.”