Judge Michel Claise on financial crime: “Democracy is screwed up for me”

Judge Michel Claise on financial crime: “Democracy is screwed up for me”

As part of the revelations on suspicions of corruption by Qatar within the European Parliament, “Le Soir” invites you to rediscover the “Elementary Roots” of Michel Claise, the Brussels judge who is investigating the anti-corruption investigation.


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Dn his “Elementary Roots”, produced in September 2020, the judge and novelist confided in his childhood, his choice of studies, Freemasonry… and the way he envisages his profession. “You can’t imagine how much human distress you encounter when you’re on duty,” he confided to us. “And then there are the financial records. Chess games where strategy has something fascinating. »

You wouldn’t have become what you are if…


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