Why Macron's chief of staff is target of corruption probe


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The financial crime branch of the French public prosecutor’s office, the PNF, announced on Monday it had opened an investigation into allegations of corruption by President Emmanuel Macron’s chief of staff Alexis Kohler, centred on suspicions of influence peddling and conflicts of interest when he was a senior civil servant at France's economy and finance ministry.