Chirac was called before investigators less than two months after he left office in 2007, on charges of breach of trust and embezzlement between 1990 and 1995, when as mayor of Paris he employed ghost workers. He was found guilty and given a suspended jail sentence in December, becoming the first post-war French head of state to be convicted of a crime.
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