Lebanese authorities have banned the former head of Alliance Renault — Nissan — Mitsubishi Carlos Ghosn leave the country after questioning. Gon questioned in the presence of the Lebanese Prosecutor-General Hassan Oweidat.
In late December, Carlos Ghosn ran away from Japan, where he was under house arrest. He is accused of using company assets for personal purposes, as well as in the withdrawal from taxation under the millions of income. Most likely, he was able to leave Japan in the case of a musical instrument.
Interpol, the businessman on the international wanted list as a dangerous criminal. The Lebanese authorities stated that he had received from Interpol so-called red mark, which means the arrest and extradition. However, between Lebanon and Japan is no agreement on mutual extradition, reports TASS.
the ex-head of the automotive Alliance has criticized the Japanese Prosecutor’s office and the judicial system and stated that he is a victim of political persecution.