The amount of € 310,000 that Archbishop Chrysostom II received as a contribution from the most wanted businessman in the world, the Malaysian Jho Taek Low, was neither returned nor committed, for the “golden” passport that was issued to him. Although this amount is a product of theft and belongs to the Malaysian people, however, the procedures for its seizure did not proceed. The answer we received from the Legal Service is the following: “because the Police at this stage is conducting an investigation in relation to this case, the Legal Service will not make any comment.”
It should be noted that “P” revealed the illegal issuance of a “gold” passport to Joe Lowe from November 2019. Almost two years later, the investigation of the case continues. The commitment of € 310,000 received by His Beatitude in two checks from Lowe was requested in its conclusion by the Research Committee for the “golden” passports.
More about the issue in the printed version of “P” and for the subscribers of POLITIS PREMIUM the digital version of the newspaper in PDF at the same time with its printed circulation daily from 05.00 in the morning.
The points for free rapid test for Saturday 25 September (catalog)
The Archbishop found himself in trouble with the swindler Lowe
Joe Lowe's mansion in Ayia Napa for sale – We return the stolen money to Malaysia
Involvement in the Low case is admitted by the Archbishop – Information for a contribution of 300 thousand
Part 2 of the Archbishop's interview: The 300 thousand of Lowe and the “fire” against three Metropolitans