The government of Lebanon: legal entry

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 The government of Lebanon: legal entry


Overseas, Jan. 3 (Xinhua) - Carlos Ghosn, the former chairman of Nissan Motor Company, who has been stuck in Tokyo for a year, staged a Hollywood movie like escape at the end of 2019. On December 31, 2019, he announced that he was in Lebanon, and the news of his escape attracted global attention. In response, there was an uproar in Lebanon. For two consecutive days on January and February, a large parade appeared on the streets of Beirut, the capital of Lebanon, calling Ghosn the corrupt leader.

Carlos Ghosn

According to Japans current affairs news agency, Ghosn, 65 years old, of Lebanese origin, was born in Brazil and acquired French and Lebanese nationality. In Japan, Mr. Ghosn faced four charges, including failing to report huge incomes and transferring personal investment losses to Nissan. The court of Japan was scheduled to hear the case of Ghosn in April 2020. Ghosn was released on bail but could not leave Japan.

On December 31, 2019, Ghosn issued a voice to confirm that he was already in Lebanon, and said that he will not be hijacked by the artificially manipulated Japanese judicial system. According to Japanese media, Ghosn hid in the box of musical instruments and left Japans local airport.

The move caused a stir in Lebanon. On January 2, 2020, there were two consecutive days of marches on the streets of Beirut, and people shouted at Ghosn as the corrupt leader. Yusuf, a 30-year-old participant, said of Ghosn, stressing that his escape to Lebanon amounted to an admission of corruption, since he is innocent, what is the need to escape from Japan? Lebanon is full of corrupt people, and he (Ghosn) is the head of corruption, Yusuf said angrily

After returning to Lebanon, Ghosn spent new years Eve relaxing and drinking at his friends home.

Its all perverse in Lebanon, sighs 65 year old ishuram, who runs a shop near Ghosns Lebanese home. People who make money illegally will naturally come back here. He pointed out that although it is difficult in Japan, it is also necessary for Ghosn to be subject to legal sanctions in Lebanon.

On February 2, some of Lebanons lawyers submitted a report to the local prosecution authorities to prosecute Ghosn for Israeli immigration. A lawyer pointed out that Ghosn had attended the economic activities held in Israel, while Lebanon and Yemen were hostile relations, and Lebanese nationals had the obligation to refuse Israeli activities. The lawyers claimed that Ghosn had breached his obligations.

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Lebanese Minister of justice serhan

However, the government of Lebanon called Ghosn lawful entry and did not mean to take legal measures. According to AFP, Lebanese justice minister serhan said Tuesday that when he received a red notice from Interpol asking the country to arrest Ghosn, the Lebanese authorities would perform their duties, but he also reiterated that there was no extradition agreement between Lebanon and Japan, and that Ghosn entered the country with a legal passport without violating the law.

Japans current affairs news agency also pointed out that there was no extradition agreement between Japan and Lebanon, and it would be very difficult to investigate Ghosns criminal responsibility in the future.