Alain Griset was sentenced on appeal, but saw his sentence slightly reduced. He was accused of having understated the value of his heritage in his declaration to the High Authority for the Transparency of Public Life (HATVP) in August 2020.
At first instance, the former minister (between July 2020 and December 2021) was given a six-month suspended prison sentence. A sentence reduced to four months suspended by the Paris Court of Appeal, which also pronounced against him a sentence of ineligibility of three years suspended.
In his August 2020 statement, sent shortly after entering the government, Alain Griset did not report the holding of a stock savings plan (PEA) of 171,000 euros and “direct participations” in several companies. such as La Française des jeux or Natixis.
In another case, Alain Griset was sentenced in June 2022 to a one-year suspended prison sentence, in Lille, for breach of trust.
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