PARIS — A legal authority says that a French Senate representative has been given starter charges for injustice for purportedly gathering and conveying data to North Korea.
The authority said Friday that an examining judge put Benoit Quennedey under scrutiny for treachery daily prior. Quennedey was kept Sunday by specialists of France’s residential knowledge organization in the test, which started in March. The authority wasn’t approved to talk openly and requested to stay mysterious.
Quennedey was suspended Tuesday from his activity as boss chairman for Architecture, Patrimony and Gardens at the Senate while the examination proceeds. He headed the French-Korean Friendship Association, and went various occasions to the Koreas.
The authority said he was liberated yet put under legal control and illegal to leave France.