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Police turn a blind eye to violations of former minister

10 January 2012 / 13:01:57  GRReporter
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According to his version, officers stopped him and he told them that he did not have any identity document with him. He stated his name and asked them if he could appear at their office, after leaving his daughter at home. They, however refused and did not even allow him to move his car away because they were standing in front of it.

After the tearful drama and high-statements by Kimon Koulouris, unused to behaving like an ordinary citizen, Greek society is awaiting with great interest the decision of the Court of Justice.

Tags: politics police investigation disobedience former Minister Kimon Koulouris prosecutor's investigation
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