Takieddine’s commissions paid by French electronics company i2e
In the framework of a contract to sell the Libyan regime a system for the secure encryption of its communications, Ziad Takieddine received two commission payments from French electronics company i2e between 2007 and 2008. One, to the value of 2.4 million euros was paid to the arms dealer’s holding company Como, and the other, to the value of 2.07 million euros, was paid to another of his companies, Tristar, amounting to a total of almost 4.5 million euros. The commissions were paid despite the fact that such payments had become illegal in France as of the year 2000.
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