Mazyar Keshvari (Frp) is charged with gross fraud in connection with submission of travel bills. On October 17, Aftenposten wrote that he has provided travel plans for a number of trips that have not taken place.
Keshvari has acknowledged and regretted and explained that he would repay the money.
“Keshvari is still parliamentary representative, completely independent of what has happened. He will continue that, and he resumes his office on Tuesday. The police are under investigation, so we’ll just have to wait, Limi says to the television channel.
The Frp politician has acknowledged that he has submitted incorrect travel bills, and on October 18, the Oslo representative was notified by the Storting administration.
The police conducted his first and so far sole question of him on November 23.
“After that, Keshvari has stated that he is too ill to be questioned,” says Head of Section for Economic and Specialist Research in Oslo Police District, Rune Skjold.
The 37-year-old defender, lawyer Arne Gunnar Aas, announces a new hearing with the police in early January.
Keshvari did not answer the inquiries from TV 2 Monday.