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The deputy mayor who embezzled food for flood victims resigned


First entry: Wednesday, March 31, 2021, 3:30 p.m.

The deputy mayor of Karditsa, Ourania Soufla, resigned after the uproar caused by the revelation that she had stored in her house large quantities of food intended for flood victims.

Her resignation was accepted by the mayor of Karditsa and the replacement procedures began immediately. It was preceded by an attack by the Hellenic Police. at home, following a complaint of embezzlement of food intended for flood victims. The resigned deputy mayor initially said she had sued over the allegations.

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The city councilor Costas Gavogiannis and head of the association “Karditsa from the beginning”, in a statement, asked the mayor to clarify his position and the police to proceed to an official briefing on the exact number of findings of the investigation. “Why didn’t the mayor come out to speak clearly? Why didn’t he take a stand? Is he expecting something? Of course a press release from the Police would clarify the landscape a lot. Five days later and it has not been issued? “This delay leads to the conclusion that this is a very serious case and does not concern five potatoes,” he said.

According to a complaint made through Facebook, “on the eve of the great anniversary that some people fought for the freedom of Greece, in the house kept by Mrs. Ourania Soufla, deputy mayor of Karditsa, in Karoplesi, Karditsa, images of shame developed”. “Perhaps Mrs. Soufla knows first hand the Middle Ages that will follow in society after the failed lockdowns of the Mitsotakis government and makes sure that her warehouse is full in time of need,” the post comments, while the mayor came under fire to silence the case.

Last Updated: Wednesday, 31 March 2021, 15:35

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