Evidence and evidence that seem to prove a lot of criminal offenses seem to be identified by the investigators, who are examining the Kalogiros Commission's conclusion, and it concerns 12 cases of naturalization.
Forgeries, false statements, concealment of facts and essential information, conspiracy, etc. seem to emerge from the investigators of the TAE Headquarters that focus on the 12 cases, of which seven are in four files. One of the issues concerns the Malaysian wanted Joe Lo, who was naturalized as a Cypriot in September 2015.
As the three-member committee under Dimitra Kalogirou found out, the Malaysian had secured a Cypriot passport by submitting false information, used deceit, and hid that he was involved. His case was eye-popping, and the authorities should have identified that it was problematic and stopped the process.
The investigations of the investigative team extend from the province of Paphos to Famagusta. At the same time, documents have been received from both the Ministry of Interior and the Registry and law firms. Lawyers who had been involved in the naturalizations that are being investigated and developments are expected have already been summoned to testify. As reported by a police officer, the investigations are well underway.
Investigators are also examining the cases of two Dominicans of Iranian descent and family members who are wanted by Interpol. Authorities did not appear to have inquired about their issues, nor did they conduct a proper investigation, so they did not discover that they were wanted on an international warrant. The investigations also cover the well-known family of Kabotians who are involved in cases of violence and the seizure of real estate in their country. They will also protect two Russians who were naturalized in 2012 and are wanted by their country's authorities for financial fraud and a Chinese man who was naturalized together with his family of four while wanted for fraud with gold.
Meanwhile, the search for the revelations of the Al Jazeera network continues at an intensive pace and concerns the persons who appear in the well-known video. The documents and computers received from the offices of five people and files received from the Ministry of Interior regarding investments through the Giovanni group are currently being studied. As soon as there is a crystallized image, the Legal Service heads will be informed to give further instructions. Al Jazeera journalists do not intend to come to testify, while the British real estate agent seems to be cooperating to some extent.