ND: Novartis-The End of a Conspiracy that Was Set up by SYRIZA

ATHENS — "The announcement of the US Securities and Exchange Commission that it is closing the Novartis case by imposing a 112-million-dollar fine, without finding any evidence to support the involvement of politicians, puts an end to a long-running conspiracy," ruling New Democracy (ND) party said in a statement.

It also pointed out that this closes the first part of a difficult case 'set up' in the SYRIZA 'shop', where 10 political figures – including two former prime ministers – were dragged through the mud for years without the slightest evidence being found against them by the investigations of either Greek or US authorities.

"Justice must continue to work tirelessly to punish those who harmed the Greek state," the statement concluded.



ATHENS – After nine other political rivals of the former ruling Radical Left SYRIZA it said were involved in an alleged bribery scandal with the Swiss pharmaceutical company Novartis were cleared, PASOK Member of Parliament Andreas Loverdos won't face any charges either.

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