Condemned in 2008 to a month in prison by the Bordeaux Criminal Court, Alain Polomack, who is now the CEO of the international law firm Hesiode Paris, published on his Facebook page a long status in which he declared that ” Tunisia, today, is in a situation of almost bankruptcy as it was Argentina in the 2000s, Portugal, or Greece in 2010, with the exception that Tunisia has no wealth like these countries “. He explains that the prospective for Tunisia 2019-2020 is “dark”.
57-year-old Strasbourg resident Alain Polomack had, at the material time, passed himself off as a “technical advisor” to Nicolas Sarkozy, according to the French press, by producing a false employment contract signed by the President of the Republic .
The former swindler has also earned a MBA in international business from the University of San Diego, California.
In an article published in 2008, Le Figaro explains that the man had “multiplied the contacts, passing from the CCI (Chamber of Commerce and Industry) of Bordeaux to the prefecture of the region, leaving an unpaid note of 2.025 euros in the luxury hotel where he lived “.