French far-right pioneer Marine Le Pen has been set under formal examination over an affirmed European Parliament subsidizing embarrassment.
The assertions were passed to French specialists who have opened a case.
The parliament presumes some €5m (£4m; $5.4m) went to colleagues of Ms. Le Pen’s National Front (FN) who were not working for MEPs but rather were really occupied with FN party work in France.
The National Front has denied the claims.
Ms. Le Pen, 48, has likewise denied any wrongdoing and has said the case is politically propelled.
The charged fake installments – from 2012 onwards – concern her and a few other FN MEPs.
The charges initially emerged on 27 April, in front of the second round of voting in the French presidential race.
Ms. Le Pen was soundly beaten by Emmanuel Macron, by 66% to 34%. She later won a seat in the French parliament in administrative decisions.
Ms. Le Pen had declined to answer inquiries on the issue amid the battle, however, said she would co-work after the last round of presidential decision voting.
Her attorney said she had been summoned by officers in Paris and “obviously, put under criminal examination”.
The FN has been very incredulous of the EU, dismissing its free-showcase standards and open-outskirt arrangements.
The BBC’s Hugh Schofield in Paris says most voters attracted to the FN are as of now exceptionally suspicious of the EU, and may not see the affirmed misrepresentation as an, especially genuine issue.