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UPD: Former ELSTAT boss found guilty, sentenced to two tears

Two years' imprisonment with a three-year suspension was imposed by the Three-Member Appeal Court on ELSTAT's former head Andreas Georgiou, considering that he should be found guilty of one of the three acts constituting the offense of dereliction of duty.

  • Published in Greece

Chief prosecutor seeks reversal of ruling acquitting former ELSTAT chief

Supreme Court Prosecutor Xeni Dimitriou on Wednesday applied for the reversal of a ruling that dropped charges against Andreas Georgiou, the former head of Greece's statistical authority ELSTAT, for falsely "inflating" the Greek deficit in 2009. Dimitriou cited "legal reasons" to reject the ruling, such as lack of reasoning and others.

  • Published in Greece
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