Government's relationship with Stournaras teeters again

PoliticsForeign Policy

The spotlight is back on the government’s fractious relationship with Bank of Greece governor Yannis Stournaras after anti-corruption prosecutors reportedly raided the ex-finance minister’s home on the same day that the central bank blocked coalition-backed nominations for the top positions at troubled Attica Bank.

The raid was connected to a 1.6-millio-euro advertising contract awarded in 2011 to a communications company (Mindwork Business Solutions) owned by his wife, Stavroula Nikolopoulou-Stournara, by the state-run Hellenic Centre for Disease Control and Prev...

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