Probe into LAOS leader could spark contest for party's voters

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Parliament

The future of Giorgos Karatzaferis, the leader of the ultranationalist Popular Orthodox Rally (LAOS), has been but in doubt after it emerged that he is a suspect in a bribery case involving military equipment.

Karatzaferis is being investigated after it emerged that middlemen in a deal to sell 64 million euros worth of Super Puma helicopters to the Greek armed forces in more than a decade ago allegedly paid 1.6 million euros to an offshore company connected t...

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