Carlos Ghosn, who was imprisoned by Tokyo for his false financial practice, spoke for the first time in the press conference yesterday, and Nissan chiefs were "conspiracy and betrayal".
This is the first interview in the press since they were arrested in Tokyo from the 19th of November. The interview was published on the Nikkei Japanese newspaper website yesterday.
On January 11, the Court visited French, Lebanese and Brazilian consular and consular staff, three countries with citizens.
Carlos Ghosn launches: Nissan executives discussed the "Renault, Nissan and Mitsubishi Motors" project with the head of "Nissan, Hiroto Saikawa" in September 2018. The 64-year-old leader said he was "doubtless" that his charges against him had been excluded, "conspiracy and betrayal."
Nissan reacted promptly that Mr. Saikawa dismissed the "already-existing" coup d'état. Investigations undercover since the summer of 2018 have found "significant and conventional deviation evidence," said Japanese manufacturer AFP.
In this interview, he explored the charges described by ex-auto mogule as the "dictatorship" of the 19-year rule. "People have returned to the dictator's strong leadership, I distort reality to get rid of me," he said.
Carlos Ghosn is confronted with three non-confidence and stock-loss agents between 2010 and 2018.
When he appeared in the court, on January 8, he was accused. The courts have presented a number of bail representations, without any value, threatening the risk of concealing justice or destroying evidence. "I will not run away, I will defend myself," he said yesterday. "They are all Nissan tests, and Nissan helps employees speak."
The questions about his life-arrest center, Renault-Nissan's former director of the alliance, said "go well." According to his defense team, he was detained after the trial, which would not happen in the months. He was 15 years in prison.
"I'm not a lawyer"
With respect to commitment charges, Carlos Ghosn said he paid 15 million euros to Saudi billionaire Khaled Juffali as the "head of the region" and other executives of the "CEO Reserve". It is said to buy luxury lounges from Rio de Janeiro and Beirut. Nissan's lawsuit has validated, as the detainee says, "he needed a safe place to work and people were to receive two in Brazil and Lebanon."
Nissan also warns that the Nissan-Mitsubishi BV (NMBV) 7.82 million euros are paid by the Dutch subsidiary 7.82 million euros. Here, he also claims the "distortion of reality". "Did I make it inadequate? I'm not a lawyer," he said. "Everyone knew, why they did not say" if it was illegal?
French-Brazilian Brazilian has lost its title due to its surprise arrest due to the malice of the alliance. Nissan and Mitsubishi Motors were held as chair of the board of directors at the end of November, and Renault resigned last week.
Michel TOUMA and Michel HAJJI GEORGIOU