The assets of Greek politicians for the years 2013 and 2014 were officially announced in Greek Parliament on Wednesday, showing that several have considerable wealth.
The assets of Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras did not change compared to 2012 in terms of revenues, bank deposits and real estate.
Specifically, his income as a parliamentary member in 2013 was 71,071 euros and 2,462.19 euros from other sources. His bank deposits totaled 19,427 euros. He also owns a 114 square meters apartment. For 2014, his income as MP was 71,539 euros and 2,463 from other sources. His bank deposits amounted to 23,671 euros.
The revenues of New Democracy leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis as a minister in 2013 were 78,024 euros. Income from other sources was 8,765 euros. His real estate properties are a 882 sq.m., two other properties of total area of 760 sq.m. and has rights to 25% in three more properties.
Mitsotakis has stocks worth 9,208 euros, bank deposits amounting to 54,293 euros and 10,000 dollars. He is also shareholder of commercial enterprise Herald SA in 1986 with a capital contribution of 307,150 euros.
For 2014, Mitsotakis shows little change in property and shares. His income as minister was 77,185 euros. His other incomes were 1,354 euros from interest and 6,240 euros from rents. His bank deposits totaled 32,000 euros and 29,180 dollars.
Greek Communist Party (KKE) leader Dimitris Koutsoumbas showed income of 31,530.50 euros as MP in 2013, three houses and 17,357.78 euros in bank deposits. His assets were approximately the same in 2014.
PASOK chief Fofi Gennimata declared the same assets for 2013 and 2014. Her income as MP was 70,302.28 euros, her bank deposits amounted to 51,879.21 euros and another 52,426.20 euros in a joint account with her father in law.
Centrists Union leader Vassilis Leventis declared his assets for 2014 as a retired civil engineer, with taxable income 19,719.77 euros. He owns a 290 sq.m. home, three plots totaling 20 acres and a plot of 1,264 sq.m. He has 40,417 euros and 440 U.S. dollars in bank deposits.
For 2013, the general secretary of Golden Dawn, Nikolaos Michaloliakos, declared revenues of 24,403.64 euros as a publisher, 46,857.84 euros as member of parliament and 61,878.39 euros from other enterprises. His bank deposits amounted to 98,183.07 euros. For 2014, Michaloliakos declared 45,108.11 euros as income from his parliamentary work and bank deposits of 134,187.27 euros.
For 2014, To Potami leader Stavros Theodorakis declared income of 53.017.14 euros as MP. He owns four houses and six plots of land, while his bank deposits amount to 289,616.59 euros. In many of his bank accounts he appears co-owner with his wife and daughter.
The wife of Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos declared revenues of approximately 135,000 euros in 2014, while the finance minister declared 75,312 euros. He also declared co-ownership of eight houses and one office.
From sales of mutual fund shares, Tsakalotos received 103,334.66 euros in 2014 and made new investments in mutual fund shares worth over 200,000 euros. On 19/3/2014, Tsakalotos bought 700 shares of Avgi newspaper worth 3,000 euros.
At the time, Tsakalotos had bank deposits in Greece and abroad in three different currencies. Along with his wife, the finance minister has deposits of 205,983 euros, 16 279 British pounds an 532 U.S. dollars.
Deputy Foreign Minister Giorgos Katrougalos declared revenues of 64,750 euros for 2014 as a lawyer. He has mutual funds worth 4,297 euros. In his joint accounts with his wife he has deposits of 281,052.58 euros. In 2014 Katrougalos resigned from a law firm and became partner in another law firm.
Environment and Energy Minister Giorgos Stathakis declared bank deposits of 63,796 euros for 2013, deposits of 63,376 euros in 2014, while for 2012 he had declared deposits of 2,178,161 euros.