MEP Kaili Expected to Imminently Resume European Parliament Duties

BRUSSELS (ANA-MPA/I. Zarkadoula) – Greek MEP Eva Kaili, who was recently released from detention and subsequently placed under house arrest in connection with the ‘Qatargate’ scandal, was unable to attend today’s session at the European Parliament due to a personal matter, as confirmed by her legal representatives, Michalis Dimitrakopoulos and Sven Mary, on Thursday.

In a joint statement, Dimitrakopoulos and Mary assured that Kaili will resume her duties at the Europarliament within the next few days.

They further stated that the legal process to lift the imposed restrictions, such as leaving the country to participate in European Parliament sessions in Strasbourg, has been initiated. Additionally, the investigator assigned to the case has granted permission for her partner, Francesco Giorgi, to reside in their shared residence.


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