Viki Stamati, la moglie giovane dell’ex ministro greco che spende 6000 euro di biancheria intima

mercoledì, giugno 20th, 2012

Si Chiama Viki Stamati, è la moglie giovane del 73 enne  ex ministro della difesa greco Akis Tsohatzopoulos. I due sono arrestati. Lei ha speso somme folli per scarpe e mobilio. Ex impiegata alla De (la compagnia elettrica) è finita in cella ed è entrata per qualche giorno in sciopero della fame perché voleva ottenere gli arresti domiciliari e stare con il figlio di 5 anni e mezzo. Le sue carte di credito raccontano di spese esagerate: il conto da 72 mila euro in una boutique di alta moda, 200 paia di scarpe acquistate in un anno, 6 mila euro sborsati in una volta sola per la biancheria intima. Lo scandalo per di più è legato agli acquisti di armamenti, che la maggior parte del Paese e i partiti come Syriza considerano insensati mentre le casse dello Stato sono vuote. Tsochatzopoulos avrebbe intascato 8 milioni di euro dalla tedesca Ferrostaal in cambio del via libera per l’acquisto di quattro sottomarini di Classe U-214. L’accordo è stato concluso dodici anni fa e fino a oggi Atene ha ricevuto uno solo dei sommergibili per problemi tecnici. La Germania e la Francia, almeno quand’era presidente Nicolas Sarkozy, hanno spinto i governi greci ad acquistare dalla loro industria bellica. Berlino esporta qui il 15 per cento del totale, è il suo mercato più grande in Europa. Parigi è attorno al 10 per cento. Tra il 2002 e il 2006, la Grecia era il quarto importatore mondiale di armi convenzionali, adesso è al decimo posto. Venerdì scorso, a due giorni dal voto, ha definito l’acquisto dall’Olanda di munizioni per i carri armati: 13,5 milioni di euro per armare i Leopard. Di fabbricazione tedesca.

Ecco qui di seguito Greece Reporter su Viki Stamati:

Akis Tsohatzopoulos is a former Greek Minister and Vicky Stamati is his wife, both of whom are temporarily imprisoned on money laundering charges. Both claim that they are not involved in the financial scandal they are accused of and have proved, from the very first moment of their marriage, that they have expensive taste.

Their marriage was held in Paris, at the famous and expensive Four Seasons hotel. Back then, many Greeks disapproved of the expenses but no one said so in public, due to lack of evidence, that the money the couple is fond of spending would be the Greeks’ money coming from several payoffs, as their accusers say.

The average well-paid Greek receives (or at least, received before the austerity measures and the crisis) approximately 30,000 euros annually; that’s the amount of money Vicky Stamati spent in February 2006 for two sofas. In reality, she spent even more than this for her living room. She paid 34,860 euros for the sofas and 21,480 for a coffee table! These are the bills found by the judicial authorities at the couple’s home, or mansion as would be more appropriate. Their home is located just opposite the Parthenon. If you have ever visited the new Acropolis Museum, you have definitely walked in front of their house. Oh, it’s just a common building, from the garden of which you can admire the ancient Greek Acropolis while having your freddo cappuccino…

Stamati spent 4,990 euros for furniture in October 2006, 2,760 euros for a curtain fabric for the nursery and 6,740 for the curtains in the master bedroom. She also spent 8,986.82 euros for other curtains in the same year. Don’t forget, behind the curtains they have a grand view of the Acropolis. The rest of the items needed to have a completely beautiful living room, such as sofa fringes and a cord, cost 3,100 euros in total!

The most interesting part of this story is that Stamati’s annual income, according to the statement of earnings in 2006, was only 25,457.83 euros.

Da Grece Reporter:

Axis Tsohatzopoulos is a former Greek Minister and Vicky Stamati is his wife, both of whom are temporarily imprisoned on money laundering charges. Both claim that they are not involved in the financial scandal they are accused of and have proved, from the very first moment of their marriage, that they have expensive taste.

Their marriage was held in Paris, at the famous and expensive Four Seasons hotel. Back then, many Greeks disapproved of the expenses but no one said so in public, due to lack of evidence, that the money the couple is fond of spending would be the Greeks’ money coming from several payoffs, as their accusers say.

The average well-paid Greek receives (or at least, received before the austerity measures and the crisis) approximately 30,000 euros annually; that’s the amount of money Vicky Stamati spent in February 2006 for two sofas. In reality, she spent even more than this for her living room. She paid 34,860 euros for the sofas and 21,480 for a coffee table! These are the bills found by the judicial authorities at the couple’s home, or mansion as would be more appropriate. Their home is located just opposite the Parthenon. If you have ever visited the new Acropolis Museum, you have definitely walked in front of their house. Oh, it’s just a common building, from the garden of which you can admire the ancient Greek Acropolis while having your freddo cappuccino…

Stamati spent 4,990 euros for furniture in October 2006, 2,760 euros for a curtain fabric for the nursery and 6,740 for the curtains in the master bedroom. She also spent 8,986.82 euros for other curtains in the same year. Don’t forget, behind the curtains they have a grand view of the Acropolis. The rest of the items needed to have a completely beautiful living room, such as sofa fringes and a cord, cost 3,100 euros in total!

The most interesting part of this story is that Stamati’s annual income, according to the statement of earnings in 2006, was only 25,457.83 euros.

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