Xeni Dimitriou

Top court prosecutor switches gears on deadly fire probe after criticism

Supreme Court prosecutor Xeni Dimitriou on Tuesday back-pedalled on her request to delay the completion of a report on the deadly blaze in east Attica until the General Inspector of Public Administration has sent her separate findings, after facing intense criticism.

Prosecutor orders probe into 'ambiguous' medical certificate that led to executive's release

One of the medical certificates detailing the health problems that led to the release from prison of a power company executive is vague, ambiguous and not supported by evidence, a Supreme Court prosecutor said in an appeal Friday.

Top court prosecutor appeals against release of former power company exec

Supreme Court prosecutor Xeni Dimitriou appealed on Friday against the early release from prison of the former managing director of power supplier Energa, Aristides Floros, for health reasons, after questions were raised about the medical certificate that diagnosed him with a disability.

Ex ELSTAT chief targeted for third time as case goes back to court

In what has become an ongoing saga, the case file of the former head of Greece's statistical service, ELSTAT, Andreas Georgiou, is to go before the Council of Appeals Court Judges for the third time after the Supreme Court's criminal section accepted a prosecutor's appeal against his earlier acquittal.

Investigation ordered into arms sale

Supreme Court prosecutor Xeni Dimitriou on Thursday ordered an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the sale of Hellenic Army missiles and bombs to Saudi Arabia amid claims that the deal was carried out with a "suspicious broker."

Dimitriou asked corruption prosecutor Eleni Touloupaki to determine whether anyone should be charged in connection with the deal.