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Greek Prosecutor Reopens Case Against Ex-Statistics Chief

The case of Andreas Georgiou, the former head of Greece’s statistical service (ELSTAT), will be re-opened despite the fact that it has been twice...

Opposition Slams Appointment of Retired Supreme Court President in Greek PM’s Legal Office

Opposition parties have reacted strongly to the appointment of retired Supreme Court president Vassiliki Thanou as head of the prime minister's legal office, without...

Supreme Court Deputy Prosecutor Appeals Against Indictment of HRADF Experts

A Supreme Court deputy prosecutor on Thursday lodged an appeal against an indictment targeting three board members of Greece's privatization agency (HRADF) and six...

File on NGO Accused of Criminal Acts to go to Supreme Court Prosecutor, Mouzalas...

Migration Policy Minister Yiannis Mouzalas on Thursday announced that he is forwarding the complete file on a non-governmental organization active in Greece to the...

Top Court Prosecutor Asks for Strict Implementation of Animal Protection Law

Greek Supreme Court prosecutor Vasilis Pliotas issued a circular on Thursday requesting first instance prosecutors to strictly implement the legislation for the protection of...

Greek State Assets in U.S.A. in Danger of Confiscation for Unpaid Fines

Greek State assets in the U.S. are threatened with confiscation due to a 40 million euro fine imposed by a U.S. court against the...

Supreme Court Upholds Ruling for Suspended Prison Sentence and Fines for Former Finance Minister

The Supreme Court upheld on Tuesday a four-year suspended prison sentence and a fine of 10,000 euros imposed on former finance minister Giannos Papantoniou...

Supreme Court Votes Against Proposal to Increase Retirement Age of Judges

On Wednesday the administrative plenary of the Supreme Court voted against a proposal by the court’s President Vasiliki Thanou to extend the retirement age for judges...

Decisions of Greek Justice are Self-Evidently Binding, Says PMs Office

The separation of powers is enshrined in the Greek Constitution and court decisions are binding for the government, the prime minister’s office said in...

Supreme Court’s Ruling on Turkish Soldiers Postponed to January 26

The ruling of the Criminal Department of the Supreme Court on the eight Turkish officers who came to Greece by helicopter after the attempted...

Greece’s Supreme Court Rules Against Extradition of Remaining Turkish Army Men

Supreme Court prosecutor Nikos Pantelis on Friday suggested that the remaining four Turkish army officers who sought asylum in Greece should not be extradited...

Greek Supreme Court Rejects Extradition of 2 Asylum-Seeking Turkish Soldiers

The Supreme Court Criminal Division prosecutor suggested to reject the request of Turkish authorities to extradite two Turkish military officers who sought asylum in...

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