Xeni Dimitriou

Prosecutor to testify next week over claims gov't official influenced Novartis probe

Supreme Court deputy prosecutor Ioannis Angelis, who has claimed that the leftist government influenced an investigation into an alleged bribery scandal involving the Swiss drugs manufacturer Novartis, is to be summoned next Friday by another Supreme Court deputy prosecutor, Dimitris Dasoulas, who has been appointed by the court's main prosecutor Xeni Dimitriou to probe his claims. 

Mitsotakis: Allegations over Novartis probe will be brought to Parliament

The allegations made by a deputy Supreme Court prosecutor who has implicated a government official of influencing an investigation into an alleged bribery scandal involving the Swiss drugs manufacturer Novartis will be investigated by the next Parliament, main opposition leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis said Thursday.

ND says prosecutor's claims confirm Novartis case is a 'frame-up'

The main opposition said on Wednesday that the allegations made by a deputy Supreme Court prosecutor on the Novartis case proves that the probe was a government frame-up.
Deputy Supreme Court Prosecutor Ioannis Angelis implicated on Wednesday a government official in the alleged bribery scandal involving the Swiss drugs manufacturer.

Judiciary in turmoil due to handling of Novartis probe

Straight on the heels of Justice Minister Michalis Kalogirou's order yesterday that a disciplinary probe be launched against him, former Deputy Supreme Court Prosecutor Ioannis Angelis (who was supervisor of the corruption prosecutors handling the Novartis probe) has sent an open letter to the press outlining a long string of procedural violations and allegations that there were targeted prosec

Deputy Supreme Court prosecutor implicates gov’t official in Novartis affair

Deputy Supreme Court Prosecutor Ioannis Angelis has implicated a government official in an alleged bribery scandal involving the Swiss drugs manufacturer Novartis, in a statement issued Wednesday.
The official, who is said to be active in the judicial sector, is identified only as "Rasputin."

Government on a slippery slope

Two prominent judicial officials were selected on Friday to replace the outgoing president and prosecutor of the Supreme Court despite intense criticism by legal experts and the political opposition over the legitimacy of the process before a snap election takes place on July 7.

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