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ATHENS – Greece’s financial police said an investigation into the federation of postal workers’ unions (POST) has shown it may have gotten millions of euros in illegal funding from Hellenic Post (ELTA).

The probe covered the 2007-10 period and allegedly found that ELTA paid some 5.6 million euros into a POST account to give members subsidized vacations.

Another 2.3 million euros reportedly went into another account meant to bankroll collective labor agreements, among other deposits, said to total 16 million euros.

Responding to the allegations, POST President Giorgos Vassilopoulos said that the money came from members’ regular contributions, which were withheld from their paychecks by ELTA.

The post Probe Finds Unlawful Postal Funding appeared first on The National Herald.

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