About: Andreas Georgiou

Greek FM fumes at ‘slander’ regarding rule of law

The Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs reacted strongly to press reports suggesting that the country’s rule of law is in danger due to particular court decisions.

Greek judges hit back at Commission over ‘intervention’ in their affairs

Greece's judicial authorities will not treat differently citizens whose work is related to the services of the European Commission, judges said on Thursday (3 August) in a statement.
Economy & Jobs 01-08-2017

Prosecutor says Greece’s former statistics boss is guilty

A prosecutor said on Monday (31 July) that the former head of Greece’s statistical office was found guilty as he did not consult fellow board members about the much-discussed revised 2009 deficit figures. The prosecutor also said he was an employee of the IMF at the same time.
Euro & Finance 24-08-2016

Commission defends Greek debt data after statistics scandal

The European Commission has defended the reliability of Greek statistics on the country’s debt, and called on Athens to counter “misleading media reports” that the data was falsified.

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