Surprise revelations as French ministers publish personal wealth online


In the wake of Cahuzac tax fraud scandal, details of ministers' personal assets go online on Monday, decried by the opposition as a populist move.

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The personal assets of French ministers – including houses, cars, furniture, jewellery and artworks – are to be made public for the first time on Monday afternoon as part of François Hollande's bid to shake off a tax fraud scandal, reports The Telegraph.