Parliament on Thursday approved 47 to 1 the publication of the list of politically exposed persons (PEP) with non-performing loans.
The list is expected to be uploaded on parliament’s website by noon on Friday.
Over the past two years, the debate over publication of the list has caused a multitude of controversies including threats of lawsuits from certain MPs.
The PEP list was first delivered to ex-House president Demetris Syllouris by former Central Bank boss Chrystalla Georghadji in April of 2019 just before she stepped down. The dossier concerns PEPs and the money they owed banks, including bad debts. Syllouris returned it to the new Central Bank governor, Constantinos Herodotou, and the matter has been going back and forth ever since.