More than 600 complaints filed against the fines issued by police for the restriction on movement and stay at home decree were submitted to a special committee made by the police chief for this purpose.
30% of complaints submitted and confirmed, the special committee will file a claim for their cancellation to the Attorney General.
At the beginning of the implementation of the decrees, some police officers incorrectly described the order issuing fines on a large scale without a valid basis.
Some fines issued to foreign nationals who did not speak Greek and also can not communicate with the officers.
Some were booked for moving only a few meters more from their area.
Other complaints were from divorced parents fined on their way to see or pick up their children before the Government included that requirement in the decree.
The police officer who issued the fine should write details of each fined obtained to take their position into account.
The Special Committee then makes a decision, and if it believes the complaint valid, a letter is sent to the Attorney General recommending non-prosecution.