Carlos Ghosn announces “revealing the hidden” .. and sets the date

Lebanon About a week ago, Ghosn, 65, was reticent in his media statements, as he only broke his silence twice through two statements.

The spokesman told France Presse that the press conference “will take place on Wednesday, the eighth of January at 15:00 Beirut time (13:00 GMT)” without giving further details.

He arrived Carlos GhosnLast Monday, to mysterious circumstances, to Lebanon. He was officially banned from leaving Japan, as he was released on bail since April 2019, pending his trial for accusing him of financial violations.

In the first official position issued by Tokyo, it condemned Japanese authoritiesOn Sunday, Ghosn escaped to Lebanon, saying it was “unjustified” and “a crime”, rejecting accusations leveled at her by the Japanese judiciary that he was “biased” and violated human rights.

“The criminal justice system in our country has appropriate procedures to establish the truth in the cases, and it is administered properly, while guaranteeing basic human rights,” said Justice Minister Masako Mori in a statement, saying that “the escape of a defendant who was released in exchange for bail, is not justified.” .

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Since arriving at Lebanon About a week ago, Ghosn, 65, was reticent in his media statements, as he only broke his silence twice through two statements.

The spokesman told France Presse that the press conference “will take place on Wednesday, the eighth of January at 15:00 Beirut time (13:00 GMT)” without giving further details.

He arrived Carlos GhosnLast Monday, to mysterious circumstances, to Lebanon. He was officially banned from leaving Japan, as he was released on bail since April 2019, pending his trial for accusing him of financial violations.

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In the first official position issued by Tokyo, it condemned Japanese authoritiesOn Sunday, Ghosn escaped to Lebanon, saying it was “unjustified” and “a crime”, rejecting accusations leveled at her by the Japanese judiciary that he was “biased” and violated human rights.

“The criminal justice system in our country has appropriate procedures to establish the truth in the cases, and it is administered properly, while guaranteeing basic human rights,” said Justice Minister Masako Mori in a statement, saying that “the escape of a defendant who was released in exchange for bail, is not justified.” .

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