By Allain Jules
Republished from Libyans Against Super Power Media.com
How can we kill the one you received at his table? How can we kill someone who funded your election campaign? A stack. This article was based pay, and it is thanks to the site WikiStrike that Médiapart saw fit to allow open access. Good idea! (Allain Jules)
The regime of Muammar Gaddafi agreed to fund the presidential campaign of Nicolas Sarkozy in 2007. Mediapart found a Libyan official document that proves it.This note from the archives of the secret service was written there are more than five years. The header and the green emblem of the Libyan preprinted fade slightly elsewhere. This document, along with others, escaped the destruction of the Western military offensive. Former officials of the country, now in hiding, have agreed to communicate it to Mediapart these last few days.
Since 2006, the Libyan regime had chosen “to support the campaign” of Nicolas Sarkozy as president in 2007, for “an amount of fifty million”: this is indicated in letters that note dated December 10, 2006, signed by Musa Kusa, the former head of foreign intelligence services to Libya.
An agreement “on the amount and methods of payment” was validated by a few months earlier by Hortefeux, then Minister for Local Government, in the presence of the businessman Ziad Takieddine, which introduced in 2005 in Libya close to the minister of the interior, including Claude Gueant, and Nicolas Sarkozy himself. The Chief of Staff of Muammar Gaddafi, Bashir Saleh, then head of Libyan African Portfolio (LAP, is one of the investment fund’s financial Libyan regime), was responsible for overseeing the payments.
MM. Gaddafi and Sarkozy © Reuters (more…)