Sarkozy conviction reveals the forest of corruption in France

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The significance of the conviction of former president Nicolas Sarkozy in the 'Paul Bismuth' phone tap affair goes wider than one case, says Mediapart's Fabrice Arfi. It highlights the extent to which France is a country is riddled with corruption.

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The conviction on Monday March 1st of former president Nicolas Sarkozy in the so-called 'Paul Bismuth' affair reveals the reality of a country riddled with corruption.