Corruption Case: Romy Andrianarisoa Sentenced to Three and a Half Years in Prison

The long-awaited verdict in the corruption case involving Romy Andrianarisoa, former director of the President’s office, was delivered late last night. The London court of justice has sentenced Mrs. Andrianarisoa to three and a half years in prison.

Her accomplice, Philippe Tabuteau, was also sentenced to two years and three months in prison.Recall that this case came to light in August 2023 when Mrs. Andrianarisoa was arrested in London for her alleged role in a corruption case with the mining company Gemsfield, according to London judges.

The verdicts underscore the firm commitment of judicial authorities to combat corruption on an international scale. This conviction sends a strong message about zero tolerance for acts of corruption, regardless of the positions held by the individuals involved.

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