On November 19, 2018, Carlos Ghosn was arrested on allegations of under-reporting his earnings and misuse of company assets. He fled his house arrest in Japan on a private jet to Turkey and then to Lebanon on December 30, 2019. On January 2, 2020, Interpol issued a red notice to Lebanon to arrest Ghosn. However, Since Lebanon has no extradition treaty with Japan, Ghosn hasn’t been sent back for prosecution. Will an exception be made for the fugitive, or will he remain safe in his home country?
Interpol – The Extradition of Carlos Ghosn – July 11, 2020
- by Live MUN