François Hollande and his government had no doubt hoped that the scandal involving budget minister Jerôme Cahuzac, who resigned in March, and eventually admitted he had an undeclared bank account abroad, was a thing of the past. But a parliamentary inquiry into who knew what when is prompting new questions about whether the president himself was in the know from very early on, but did not act until the scandal broke several months later.
On the set:
- John Keating, Chief Correspondent, KUNA News Agency;
- Jean-Marc Gonin, Senior Writer, Le Figaro Magazine.
Prepared by Marc Perelman and Léa Berdugo.