European investigators meet with former Lebanese deputy governor


Investigating magistrates from European countries interviewed a former senior Lebanese official over corruption allegations against the country’s central bank governor, Agence France-Presse reported.

Lebanon’s chief prosecutor said the country will appoint a new investigating judge to probe corruption allegations against Riad Salameh, the central bank’s governor. Ghassan Oueidat told newspaper Asharq Al-Awsat today (January 17) he would appoint another investigator in the coming days.


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