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In a public prosecution, the Bank of Greece (BT) is the subject of serious complaints from employees notified to the Prosecutor of Areopagus Xenis Demetriou and the head of the Independent Public Revenue Authority (PPA), Giorgos Pitsilis.
The complaints, which were published by Documento on 21 January 2018, concerned an attempt to cover up more than EUR 1 million in tax evasion at the IETA, that is, the Mint, and the abuse of hundreds of thousands of euros in the bank’s canteens. It is probably the first time that the Bank is under public prosecution, but according to Documento, it is expanding its entire tax base.
It was early January when Documento’s office reached a folder without a sender’s name. It contained several documents, such as letters previously sent to the Governor of the Bank of Greece, Giannis Stournaras, the Deputy Governor and executives of the Bank…
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