A German decide has ordered ex-President Nicolas Sarkozy to stand test in an illegal plan fund case.

Mr Sarkozy looks accusations that his party falsified reports to be able to hide 18m euros (£15m; $20m) of plan paying in 2012.Mr Sarkozy has over repeatedly rejected that he was aware of the overspending.He lost the 2012 competition to Francois Hollande, and failed in his quote to perform again in this springs impending presidential election.The case is known as the Bygmalion scandal.It centres on claims that Mr Sarkozy’s celebration, then referred to as the UMP, connived with an agreeable PR business to cover up the real cost of his 2012 presidential election campaign.France models limits on campaign paying, and it’s alleged the firm Bygmalion invoiced Mr Sarkozy’s celebration as opposed to the strategy, enabling the UMP to surpass the limit.

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