France’s a long way left leader Jean-Luc Melenchon has come below scrutiny after prosecutors opened an investigation into his alleged intimidation of investigators.
It comes after the previous presidential candidate was once stuck on digicam on Monday shouting at an anti-corruption officer, who was once a part of a team who raided his home and celebration headquarters.
The 67-year-old pointed his finger within the officer’s face and screamed: “Get out of my way and let me open the door. I am the republic, it’s me who’s the member of parliament.”
The raids came about on the places of work of his celebration, La France Insoumise (France Unbowed), in central Paris, which may be his non-public place of dwelling.
After the incident, Melenchon referred to as the raids an “enormous operation by politicised police”.
A supply shut to the raids informed Reuters they have been being performed by means of a expert anti-corruption unit that specializes in monetary and tax irregularities.
Three investigations into Melenchon at the moment are underway. One is taking a look into the alleged misuse of European Parliament budget to pay celebration staff in France, the second one is inspecting the investment of Melenchon’s presidential campaign ultimate year, and the newest is investigating his alleged intimidation of investigators.