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.
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.
Makedonia briefly summarizes the entire saga through March 2019 in this Greek language article available here.
In.Gr reports on the case, read the article (in Greek) here. A translation of the introductory sentences is below.
This case was set up in such a way so as to serve two poles. On the one hand, SYRIZA who had to take power by accusing the former [governments] of the deficit. On the other hand, the “Karamanlis faction”, i.e., the government which was in power from 2004 to 2009, which left a deficit of over 15% due to the incredible waste that increased public spending.
The news organization Η Άποψη.Gr delivers a comprehensive history of the deficits and the political dynamics surrounding the Georgiou case. Read the article (in Greek) here.
Edwin Truman and Nicolas Veron describe the importance of reliable national economic statistics and the threat that the ongoing persecution of Andreas Georgiou poses for Greece, for the EU, and around the world. See the English version here. See the Greek version here. This article was also published by the EU think tank Bruegel (use this link to access the Bruegel article).