Étienne Schneider, Luxembourg’s deputy prime minister, speaks with press during a space industry reception hosted by the grand duchy’s government at the Nasa Ames Research Centre, in Silicon Valley, on 12 April 2017
Photo: SIP/Jean-Christophe Verhaegen
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Raphaël Halet will launch a second appeal against his sentence in the LuxLeaks case. Earlier this month Antoine Deltour, the other ex-PwC employee convicted during last year’s trial, said he would likewise file a second appeal. Both sentences were reduced in March following their first appeals. Cases before the supreme court are mostly written pleadings. This is the last step in the LuxLeaks case in the grand duchy’s judicial system. However, the matter can be appealed further to the European Court of Human Rights, in Strasbourg.