New bribe claims likely to poison Greek politics further ahead of presidential vote

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Parliament

Fresh claims of attempts to bribe opposition MPs ahead of February’s presidential vote have surfaced in Greek politics but there are doubts about whether they are well-founded and if they will have any discernable impact.

An Independent Greeks MP, Stavroula Xoulidou, appeared before a prosecutor on Thursday to submit evidence of an alleged attempt by a man with links to New Democracy to bribe her. Xoulidou claims that she was repeatedly approached via telephone and Faceb...

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