Former French budget minister Jerome Cahuzac (C) leaves the courtroom after the first day of his trial for tax fraud, on February 8, 2016, at the courthouse of Paris. Cahuzac, 63, who resigned in disgrace in 2013 after admitting to having a secret Swiss bank account, faces up to seven years in jail and two million euros (USD 2.2 million) in fines if found guilty of stashing offshore his earnings from a lucrative hair-transplant business he ran with his now ex-wife.
 

Condamné à 3 ans de prison ferme en première instance, l'ancien ministre est jugé jusqu'au 21 février et sera défendu par Eric Dupond-Moretti.

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