Andre-Pierre Gignac pleads guilty to false statements about naturalization
tiger attacker, Andre-Pierre Gignac appeared before Office of the Prosecutor General of the Republic (FGR) For providing false information during the process of obtaining Mexican citizenship, which is still in progress.
According to the sources, The French striker accepted his guilt He argued for the gesture’s open trust in addressing a letter of no criminal record, which is a requirement of the naturalization process.
Obviously, the mistake was on the part of the director who made the documents that Gignac had to personally implementBecause of this scenario, the French striker will have to pay a fine. which will be judged by a judge.
According to Reforma newspaper, Andre-Pierre Gignac He was to present his statement to the federal authority on Friday or Monday, although the date was not set because it appeared with caution, being a public person.
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Gignac’s love for Mexico
A few years ago, Gignac showed his happiness to live in Mexico and made statements that impressed fans of Tigres: “I have no plans to return to France, Definitely to see the family on vacation, but I think my future and the future of my children are here.”
The French striker has made clear how much he loves our country, and has announced it on countless occasions When he arrived in Aztec lands, it was love at first sight.
Andre-Pierre Gignac’s career in Mexico
Gignac arrived at Tigres in 2015, and since then has become a figure in the Cats team, and is currently the club’s top scorer, He has four Liga BBVA MX titles: Apertura 2015, 2017 and Clausura 2019.
He also won two singles titles in the 2016 Clausura With 13 goals and in the 2018 Apertura Championship with 14 goals.
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