Miranda Xafa writes for World Economics about Georgiou’s appeal for conviction on “simple slander” and the history of the saga. Read the English language article here.
Catherine Rampell writes for the Washington Post, describing the history of the saga and the status in Jan, 2020. Read the English language article here.
Andreas Georgiou is one of the scientists mentioned in this article from Science News. Read the English language article here.
Miranda Xafa produced a fully documented article on the history of the persecution in World Economics. This article was also translated into Greek and published online at Liberal.gr. See the English language (World Economics) publication here. See the Greek language (Liberal.gr) publication here.
Andreas Georgiou is one of several guests interviewed in episode two of a new podcast series by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales. Hear the English language podcast at this link.
The Friends of Greece encourage the new European Commission to pursue the EU commitment to closely monitor Greek judicial reform and the defamation lawsuit against Greece’s former chief statistician, Andreas Georgiou. See the English language article here (subscription required). This article was also translated and published online by CNN Greece See the Greek language article here.
This German review of the Spring elections in Greece closed with thoughts about the Georgiou persecution. “One of the burdens of the Tsipras government is the political instrumentalization of the judiciary. This became clear, for example, in the Kafkaesque prosecution of former statistics chief Andreas Georgiou, who was alleged to have “artificially” increased Greece’s deficit. Such obsessions should end the new government. It no longer has to fear that Greece will fall out of the Eurozone or into financial futility. That is a good condition for a new beginning.” Read the original article in German here.