(AGI) Paris, Sept 29 - Four people were arrested in a scandalinvolving events and communications company Bygmalion in Franceon Monday. The company is accused of using false invoices forat least 11 million euros to divert funds from the centre-rightUMP party. The arrests, which include former CEO of Bygmalion,Bastien Millot, are likely to cast a shadow over the candidacyfor the presidential primaries announced by former FrenchPresident Nicolas Sarkozy. He has always denied being aware ofany irregularities, but Bygmalion ran his unsuccessfulre-election campaign in 2012 and it is suspected that falseinvoices were used to create secret funds. . .