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Athens Macedonian News Agency: News in English, 13-11-20

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From: The Athens News Agency at <http://www.ana.gr/>

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  • [01] Supreme Court prosecutor says former FinMin should be sent to Special Court

  • [01] Supreme Court prosecutor says former FinMin should be sent to Special Court

    Supreme Court (Areios Paghos) prosecutor Anastassios Kanellopoulos submitted a six-page report to the judicial committee of the Special Court asking that former Finance Minister George Papaconstantinou be tried by that court, as the crimes attributed to him are still valid.

    Kanellopoulos said that Papaconstantinou should be charged for document falsification and dereliction of duty among other things because the time period that gives Parliament the right to prosecute him has not expired yet.

    Papaconstantinou's case was referred to the Supreme Court for review of its technical aspect, to determine whether it falls under a regulation stipulating that if no action is taken over two consecutive sessions of Parliament criminal liability is written off permanently. The former minister's case revolves aroung the so-called Lagarde list, and of his possible involvement in allegedly aiding tax evasion by Greek nationals with large bank deposits abroad. Early on July 16, Parliament voted to indict him on for three offences, two felonies and one misdemeanour, in connection the list.


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