about THE SCAN POLICY – The mayor of Sablé-sur-Sarthe has used Penelope Fillon as parliamentary attaché from July 2002, when it replaced her husband as member of parliament for the Sarthe. According to Le Canard enchaîné, this mep would have greatly increased the pay of the wife of the ex-prime minister.
This is the arlésienne of the case, Penelope Fillon. In the aftermath of the new revelations of the Duck chained, and a week after the beginning of the case on the alleged employment dummy of the wife of François Fillon between 1988 and 2013, Marc Joulaud is not always expressed publicly. His explanations are all the more expected that he seems to have a central role in the case. This Wednesday, it is understood by the police in Nanterre. An AFP journalist found his arrival to 14 hours 30 to the central Office for the fight against corruption and violations of financial and tax (OCLCIFF). The closed face, it is, once again, declined to comment on the case, jobs alleged dummy of the wife of the candidate of the right for the presidential election.
The man, 49-year-old, mayor of Sablé-sur-Sarthe has, as French prime minister François Fillon, hired the wife of the candidate of the right as a parliamentary attaché from July 2002, when he succeeded the latter as deputy of Sarthe. Marc Joulaud would, on this occasion, increased the salary of Penelope Fillon, granting her compensation significantly above the average of the other assistants. According to the newspaper, the wife of the former prime minister would have ended up winning 10.167 euros gross monthly, which is more than Joulaud itself, between January 1 and August 31, 2007.
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in Contrast to François Fillon, the mep elected in 2014, did not wish to speak publicly on the matter. On Tuesday, he appeared to sneak up on images shot by BFMTV in front of his home. In this video, he describes not having “no comment”, but that he is at the “disposal of the police”. It is also inactive on Twitter since the 23rd of last January and one last retweet of a photo of French prime minister François Fillon.
the mayor of Sablé-sur-Sarthe, same speech. “We don’t know if the mayor will make a statement today. We have no information,” explains the director of communication contacted by Le Figaro. His testimony could be vital, which meets and follows the couple Fillon for many years. His collaboration with François Fillon, the then mayor of Sablé-sur-Sarthe, officially began in 1992. In 1998, he follows him when the latter becomes president of the regional Council of pays de la Loire, to become his director of cabinet. From June 2002, he held a seat in the national Assembly. He is not elected, but suplée François Fillon, who between the government of Jean-Pierre Raffarin as minister of social affairs. Marc Joulaud will be eventually elected himself mayor of Sablé-sur-Sarthe in 2008.