More charges against Ex-Nissan boss Ghosn

0
53

The Prosecutor’s office in Tokyo has filed two more charges against the U-stick seat auto executives, Ghosn. In addition to financial violations, the 64 is accused of-Year-old is now serious breach of trust.

Since November of Carlos Ghosn sitting in Japan already in custody. So far, the previous Chairman of Renault-partner was charged Nissan, because he should not have given his income in the years 2010 to 2014. On Friday, the Prosecutor’s office in the Japanese capital filed two more actions against the Manager.

Personal losses on the Nissan transfer

Therefore, Ghosn is also indicated in the three fiscal years 2015 to 2017, his income is too low. In addition, the prosecutors also accused the Chief Executive Officer of Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi is now also a serious breach of trust. This is according to his lawyer, to the temporary Transfer of losses from the personal assets to Nissan in the year 2008.

In addition to Ghosn, the public Prosecutor accused, its now out on bail released former close associate in the case of Nissan, Greg Kelly, as well as the car company itself for violating the law on financial instruments and financial trading. Kelly was with Ghosn at the 19. November for violating Stock market regulations in Tokyo have been arrested.

No temporary bail for Ghosn

While Kelly was recently released on bail from custody and is currently in a Japanese hospital, Ghosn free for the foreseeable future. At the start of the week the 64-Year-old appeared for the first time since his arrest before the court, and had protested his innocence. His application for release had been rejected by the court. There is a risk of absconding and the risk that Ghosn evidence could destroy the means existed, it was said to the grounds.

Greg Kelly, the former Deputy of Carlos Ghosn, after his release from custody

For the case of a re-charge his lawyers have announced their intention to make application for release on bail. At the same time they stated that it was possible that Ghosn could stay for at least a further six months in custody until his trial begins. An appointment there is not, however.

Car-Alliance wavers

Since Ghosns arrest the Auto Alliance of Renault, Nissan and Mitsubishi staggers. The Manager was the driving force behind the Alliance. While Ghosn was dismissed because of the financial scandal at Nissan, and Mitsubishi all of his Offices, he must leave his post of CEO at Renault so far, however, only rest.

ww/kle (afp. ap, dpa, rtr)