Gaddafi-Sarkozy corruption affair: ex-spy chief 'ready to help French investigation'


Colonel Gaddafi's former intelligence chief is said to be ready to cooperate fully with French judges who are probing claims that the Libyan regime illegally funded Nicolas Sarkozy's successful presidential election campaign in 2007. Abdullah Senussi's daughter told Mediapart: 'My father can help the judges find the proof.' Anoud Senussi has been in Paris to ask officials at the Elysée Palace to intercede on behalf of her father, who faces the death sentence in Libya where he is currently held on war crime charges. Fabrice Arfi reports.


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The daughter of Libya's former spy chief Abdullah Senussi says he is ready to co-operate fully with the investigation by French judges into allegations that the late Colonel Gaddafi's regime illegally funded Nicolas Sarkozy's 2007 presidential election campaign. In an interview with Mediapart, Anoud Senussi said: “He can help the judges find the proof.”