The Nicosia criminal court ruled Friday that a corruption trial involving the former central bank governor could continue in the absence of two other defendants, as it ruled against issuing fresh arrest warrants against them. Greek nationals, businessman Michalis Zolotas, and former banker Michalis Fole, were acquitted of the charges... The post Focus trial can proceed without Zolotas and Fole, court rules appeared first on Cyprus Mail. (Date:02/21/2020 22:07) Read full article >>

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