Moritomo Gakuen Judgment is scheduled for today's president etc.Possibility of postponement is also possible on February 19 at 5:25
A trial is scheduled to be sentenced on March 19, in which Mr. Kagoike's chairman and his wife at Moritomo Gakuen have been accused of deceiving government and other subsidies. However, since the defendant alleges that the prosecution's plea was wrong, the court may postpone the ruling.
Former president of Moritomo Gakuen, Yasunori Kagoike (67) and his wife, Junji (63), have subsidies of 170 million yen for the construction of elementary schools and the operation of kindergartens in the country, Osaka Prefecture and Osaka City. He has been accused of fraud and other charges for tricking himself.
In a trial held in the Osaka District Court since March last year, the former president admitted some wrongdoing, but alleged innocence and said, "It is a national policy investigation for closing the mouth." He has criticized Prime Minister Abe. My wife has been allegedly innocent.
In response, the prosecution last October sentenced the two to seven years in prison for "a violent crime committed by a couple, and no subsidies from the government or city have been reimbursed." Was over.
However, according to the defendant's lawyer, the subsidy was in fact already partially reimbursed, and the remaining reimbursement plan had been submitted, and before the sentence of the judgment scheduled for 10:00 am on the 19th, The hearing is expected to resume once.
The defendant alleges that "the prosecution's sentence was wrong." The court may postpone the decision at a later date.