French junior economy minister Agnes Pannier-Runacher said on Tuesday that she was “very surprised” by news that Carlos Ghosn had left Japan and flown to Lebanon, adding she had heard of it via the media.
Pannier-Runacher also told France Inter radio that, regarding Ghosn, no-one was above the law but Ghosn would be able to get French consular support as a French citizen.
Ousted Nissan boss Ghosn confirmed he had fled to Lebanon, saying he would not be “held hostage” by a “rigged” justice system and raising questions about how one of the world’s most-recognized executives escaped Japan months before his trial.
Ghosn lawyers still in possession of his passports, lawyer saysOusted Nissan Motor Co boss Carlos Ghosn’s three passports were held by his lawyers and he could not have used any of them to escape Japan, one ... Middle East
Ex-Nissan boss Ghosn flees to Lebanon, calls Japan’s justice system ‘rigged’Ousted Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn confirmed he fled to Lebanon, saying he wouldn’t be “held hostage” by a “rigged” justice ... Economy
Ousted Renault-Nissan boss Ghosn leaves Japan for Lebanon - reportsCarlos Ghosn, the ousted boss of the Renault-Nissan carmaking alliance who was awaiting trial in Japan on charges of financial misconduct, flew into ... Economy