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SYRIZA: The Rights Department published a statement in support of P. Dimitras and later deleted it

SYRIZA: The Rights Department published a statement in support of P. Dimitras and later deleted it

by his side Panagiotis DimitrasFollowing the freezing of his assets Independent Anti-Black Money AuthorityHe ordered with his announcement SYRIZA’s rights department.

A notice from Syriza’s rights department saying it was on P. Dimitras’ side and against the “criminalization of unity” was on the party’s website for a while, then disappeared.

“The tarnishing of Panagiotis Dimitras’ name and his actions is a black mark as it leads to the criminalization of solidarity and the intimidation of individuals and organizations that document and condemn illegal and inhumane practices such as re-promotion. We stand by him against tarnishing his face and criminalizing his work and solidarity,” the statement said. The notice indicated inter alia.

If someone clicks on the title of the notice on Google, it will take them to the Syriza site, where the rights department’s notice is now No.

According to the Authority’s decision, Panagiotis Dimitras received funding allegedly in support of human rights through the NGOs he chaired, but disposed of the money as he pleased, i.e. he collected it for other purposes.

It is recalled that on 20/12/2022 Panagiotis Dimitras was apologized by the competent investigative authorities, but there was a disagreement between the investigator and the prosecutor, and the Judicial Council will not decide on his temporary detention in the coming days. Criminal proceedings were also brought against Tommy Olsen, the founder and director of Aegean Yacht Reporting.

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The assets of P. Dimitras and the NGOs he controlled were seized

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