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Sarkozy's lawyer, speaking publicly for the first time since the former French leader was taken into police custody this week and told he was officially suspected of passive corruption, said he would lodge a legal appeal against the barring order.Herzog, who is also handling a separate case where Sarkozy stands accused of illicit spending overruns in his failed 2012 re-election bid, said he was going to appeal a judicial barring order imposed on Sarkozy when he was released from custody Wednesday after two days of questioning.That order prohibits him from traveling to Libya, Tunisia and South Africa, sources close to Sarkozy say.
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