Ex-minister Papaconstantinou’s relatives decline request to appear at Lagarde list inquiry

The relatives of former Finance Minister Giorgos Papaconstantinou, whose names were allegedly deleted from the Lagarde list of depositors, have informed the parliamentary inquiry into the affair that they will not appear for questioning.

Lawyers representing Papaconstantinou’s two cousins and their husbands wrote to the committee and said that the four have already responded to questions from financial prosecutors and have nothing to add.

In their testimony, the four insisted that the money they had deposited at the Geneva branch of HSBC had been fully declared.

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