French prosecutor calls for IMF's Lagarde to be acquitted


Prosecutor Jean-Claude Marin said case against ex-French economy minister over her handling of €403m Tapie arbitration award was 'weak'.

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The chief prosecutor in the negligence trial of IMF chief Christine Lagarde in Paris called for her acquittal on Thursday saying the hearing had failed to support the "very weak" accusation against her, reports Reuters.