The Greek Parliament's investigative committee is to meet for the first time to examine allegations against the country's former Finance Minister George Papaconstantinou.
The ex-minister allegedly removed the names of three of his relatives from a list of
Swiss bank accounts holders, whose tax records were to be re-examined.
The committee will officially be given 30 days to come up with their findings. An extension
to that deadline could also be granted.
The move came after lawmakers voted in favour of the probe in a marathon 16-hour Parliament session. Some 265
voted in favour and six against.
Should the committee find proof of such allegations, Papaconstantinou would face trial with a possible 10-year jail term.
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