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Greek Parliament Posts 2020 “Source of Wealth” Statements Online

The Greek Parliament posted on Thursday the “source of wealth” (pothen esches) declarations for calendar 2020 tabled by political leaders, officials, and others in 2021. The annual statements are required by law.

A total of 1,068 such declarations were tabled in Parliament in 2021, and released to the public on its Greek website as is, without having been reviewed, at https://www.hellenicparliament.gr/Organosi-kai-Leitourgia/epitropi-elegxou-ton-oikonomikon-ton-komaton-kai-ton-vouleftwn/dilosi-periousiakis-katastasis-arxiki.

Parliament said that “selective publicity of specific data” is prohibited. Media may publish them only in their entirety.

Declarations include those of Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis, party leaders, ministers of all levels, MPs, EuroMPs, regional officials, and “everyone receiving state funding.”

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