In just two months, Ghosn seemed to have gone through a roller coaster ride. First, he was arrested in Japan and declared "class over" by Nissan and Mitsubishi. Then, he was supported by the French government, which said it would retain his position as chief executive of Renault. During this period, the French and Japanese heads of state and ministerial officials of both countries have resorted to this matter. In two months, Gorn, in prison, and his team of lawyers in the United States and Japan were fully prepared for the battle, and the bail request was rejected. To make matters worse, after some unfavorable evidence was exposed by the French media, Ghosn's luxurious personal life was known to the public. Due to the reality that Renault-Nissan needs to improve its management team and various external pressures, the French government has been very difficult to support Ghosn and urged Renault to find a new leader as soon as possible. Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance officially bid farewell to the "Ghosn Age" as Sennard assumed the chairmanship of Renault. The Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance has stabilized the strong leadership with Ghosn for many years.