Nikos Konstandaras discusses the Georgiou case and other high profile legal battles. Read the English-language article here.
An editorial on the Greek news portal In.gr reviews Andreas Georgiou’s return for a third trial on charges of inflating the deficit and concludes: “As many ideological and political blinders as one may have, it transcends the limits of the absurd to believe that one individual in a state service that records statistical data, can be responsible for all of the wounds of the country during the years of the crisis. At long last, this tragicocomic affair must come to an end.”
Read the English language article here.
Financial Times: Kerin Hope reviews concerns about the rule of law in Greece following the appointment of Michalis Kalogerou as the new Syriza justice minister. He mentions the Georgiou case as one of many examples that worry observers. See the full article here (subscribers only).
Tony Barber writes about the Georgiou case in the Financial Times. The article is available here.
Panagiotis Stathis describes the multiple criminal trials and reversals of favorable rulings (acquittals) that comprise the judicial saga of Georgiou. See the Greek language article here.