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Siemens Hellas Scandal Ringleaders Receive Heavy Prison Sentences

Fourteen long year after the launch of the trial of dozens of people linked to the Siemens bribery scandal, an Athens court handed down...

Siemens Kickback Case Reemerges in Greek Appeals Court

A former Greek minister should be found guilty of money laundering, a court heard on Monday. Tasos Mandelis, a former socialist transport minister, was found...

Former Greek Minister Guilty of Receiving Bribe from Siemens

Tasos Mandelis, a former socialist transport minister, was found guilty of money laundering in the Siemens kickbacks case, and was handed an eight-year suspended sentence....

Siemens Cash-for-Contracts Trial Is Once Again Postponed

On Monday, another postponement has developed in the Siemens cash-for-contracts trial taking place in Greece. This postponement is only expected to last one week,...

Siemens Cash-for-Contracts Trial Scheduled for February 24 in Athens

On On Tuesday, November 22, officials announced that the trials of dozens of individuals suspected in the Siemens cash-for-contracts trial is set to begin...

Greek Justice Minister Urges to Start Postponed Siemens Cash-for-contracts Trial, While Top Judge Orders...

According to a press release, Greek Justice Minister Nikos Paraskevopoulos is urging the courts to push ahead with the trial of Siemens cash-for-contracts trial...

Judge’s Death May Result in 2nd ‘Indefinite Adjournment’ of Siemens Bribery Case

The trial of Greek former transport minister Tassos Mantelis, who has been indicted for allegedly accepting bribes from Siemens slush funds, may well become...

Foreign Ministry Denies Media Reports of Untranslated Documents in Siemens Trial

Media reports claiming that the trial of suspects in the OTE-Siemens scandal was postponed on Tuesday for an indefinite period because of crucial material...

Trial for Siemens’ Bribes-for-contracts Indefinitely Postponed Due to Documents Not Translated

There are dozens of individuals under suspect of participating in the Siemens bribes-for-contracts scandal. The trial has been indefinitely postponed due to missing translations of...

Lawyers’ Strike Deemed Illegal by Top Greek Court

Greece's Council of State, it's top administrative court, decided that the Greek lawyers strike that started on January 12 is illegal and in violation...

Ongoing Lawyers’ Strike Leaves About 300,000 Legal Cases Pending

The ongoing anti-austerity strike by the country’s lawyers, which is in its fifth month and opposes the latest measures in the security fund and...

Greece at Risk of Losing Funds Earmarked for Battling Corruption

Greece might lose funds that have been allocated for tackling corruption, said Drago Kos, international commissioner in the independent Monitoring and Evaluation Committee. According to...

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