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Depositions on Siemens Case Continue

With the investigation into the Siemens case being in full swing, the secretary of former Siemens Hellas CEO Mihalis Christoforakos, was called to testify before the parliamentary committee probing the case again. In the meantime, former Siemens executive Prodromos Mavrides, who has been seriously implicated in the case, exercised his right to remain silent. Dionysis Dendrinos, also a high-profile Siemens executive who was in charge of the security project for the Athens Olympics, is now testifying to the committee too. His attorney has said his client will not testify. The inquiry committee has request access to the bank accounts of 25 brokers and businessmen, who, according to the brief, were given money from Siemens. Whether Mihalis Christoforakos is going to testify or not is still open.
Members of the inquiry committee investigating the case is likely to move to Germany to get statements by two former Siemens officials, while efforts will be made so that Mihalis Christoforakos can testify.
Former Siemens official Prodromos Mavrides charged with bribery exercised his right to remain silent.
Katerina Tsakalou, Christoforako’s secretary testified before the inquiry committee for a third time. According to her attorney, Tsakalou revealed the names of the politicians her boss had held meetings with.
In the meantime, authorities raided the Siemens offices and confiscate 21 telephones and a laptop belonging to Mihalis Christoforakos, as well as the hard disc from his secretary’s computer.
(Source: net, ana-mpa)

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