Thirty months in prison, including fifteen months firm and five years of ineligibility were requested by the attorney general of the Court of Appeal of Aix-en-Provence against Henri Jibrayel, former socialist deputy of Marseille, reports La Provence.

The one who sat in the National Assembly between 2007 and 2017 was prosecuted for breach of trust and illegal taking of interests. Justice accuses Henri Jibrayel of having, in 2011 and 2012, financed by the General Council of Bouches-du-Rhône, of which he was then elected by the majority, sea trips for elderly people in his constituency through subsidies to associations.

He is also accused of having played at the casino of Aix-en-Provence with public funds, in this case his allowances representing mandate expenses.

Two cases for which the former MP had been convicted during two criminal hearings of first instance held in 2020 and 2021 and which were retried together on appeal. The court's decision is expected on May 23.

  • Justice
  • Deputy
  • Marseille
  • PACA
  • Casino
  • Misappropriation of public funds
  • Lawsuit
  • Socialist Party (PS)
  • Aix
  • Court of Appeal