The investigation into possible tax evasion by a former Socialist finance minister in Greece, accused of having falsified a list of Swiss account holders, has shaken up the country's politicians across the board. Georges Papaconstantinou is the main suspect in a case that is making headlines. He is being accused of removing the names of his relatives from a list of Swiss account holders, which was passed on by France to Greece. The Socialist party Pasok, which was in power at the time of the debt crisis explosion in 2009, is being shaken up by the case, as well as the current coalition government. Indeed, Pasok is a pillar for this fragile cohabitation between the New Democracy and the Democratic Left...

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