Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy accused of wiretapping his ministers
Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy has been accused of wiretapping his cabinet ministers

French President Laurent Fauquier said in a lecture to students broadcast on the television channel "TMC" section of the record without his knowledge Friday that former President Nicolas Sarkozy was eavesdropping on ministers of his government.

On the other hand, the leader of the opposition Republican Party in the recording during a lecture at the Institute of Management in Lyon, that current President Emmanuel Macaron created a "cell to destroy" Prime Minister Francois Fillon throughout Sarkozy's term and presidential candidate in the elections in May 2017.

"Nicolas Sarkozy has reached the limit of monitoring mobile phones for those entering the cabinet," Fouquet said in the recording.

"He listened to them to see all their e-mails and all their text messages and to verify what each of his ministers said when he entered the Council of Ministers."

Fouquet was a minister in charge of European affairs and minister of higher education and research under the Sarkozy era, and sources close to Fouquet refused to comment.

He was later charged with "misappropriation of public funds" and "misuse of public property" during the race to the Elysee.

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