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The former minister Éric Woerth, who is today chairman of the influential finance committee at the National Assembly, sought to play down his role in the scandal involving Libyan financing of Nicolas Sarkozy's 2007 election campaign when questioned by judges investigating the affair. During the questioning on May 29th, 2018, Woerth, who was treasurer of that campaign, admitted he had handled anonymous cash donations in envelopes at the campaign headquarter while playing down the sums involved. But according to a transcript of the evidence seen by Mediapart, the former minister's explanations about the cash were often confused and have in reality weakened his own defence.
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