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In this article, I try to explain the reasons for my seeking for a political asylum:

 

I have been politically persecuted by the Greek authorities in the past, due to my political opinion and due to my human rights activism; and beyond any reasonable doubt, I fear that, if I return to Greece, I will be politically persecuted again.



My previous political persecution.

During March 2014, the Greek police authorities in my home town Alexandroupolis asked me to visit them at the local police station. On March 12, 2014, the police authorities presented to me, two separate lawsuits against me, as falsely being one (the official documents available upon request). The official documents which were presented to me were obviously incoherent. As they asked me to sign some documents which were referring a different id-number and different date than those of the presented lawsuit, I asked for 48 hours to have advice of a layer and avoided signing the documents.

At the next 1,5 month I tried officially (the related documents available upon request) to gain access to critical judicial information of my official files so that I could find out what was the second lawsuit, but two of the judicial agencies I addressed to (8/4/2014, 26/4/2014 the official documents available upon request), didn't provided me the requested information.
I even officially requested for assistance from the district attorney specialized for corruption (13/3/2014, the official document available upon request), but I didn't received support.

The above mentioned lawsuits were dated 8/11/2013 and 28/11/2013 correspondingly. Approximately one month earlier, during October 2013, the discussions that I had with the president of a specific Greek political party were concluded and him and me agreed for my political participation, probably as a candidate, with this political party, at the forthcoming May 2014 elections. During that month (October 2013), the November 2013 issue of the official political party's newspaper was prepared and it included, one of my articles with my personal photograph, for my political promotion as a member of the political party (available upon request).

The specific political party expresses firm political criticism against the Greek economic and political establishment and against the Greek “oligarchic” economic system while the Greek mash media systematically try to marginalize it.

Explanans – Explanandum: During October 2013, I arrange for my active political involvement with a specific political party and the 11/2013 issue of the party's newspaper, with my promotional article, was prepared. And during November, the 11/2013 issue of the newspaper was published and then, the two lawsuits were official filed at the Greek judicial system.


My political opinion.

My political opinion was expressed mainly but not exclusively, after 2007 and continues, via my two websites www.agorapoliton.gr and www.oreazoi.gr (two days after I have announced, on May 3, 2014 my intention to seek for a political asylum, this website became nonoperational due to technical reasons caused by the web hosting company).

Through my published articles:



My human rights' activism.

My human rights' activism was expressed mainly, but not exclusively, after 2007 and continues, via my two websites www.agorapoliton.gr and www.oreazoi.gr.

Through my published articles:

My homeland Greece possesses an enormous mineral wealth (oil, natural gas, valuable metals, gold, uranium, etc), enjoys almost optimal climatic characteristics for agriculture and farming and is blessed with so many ancient monuments and also natural touristic attractions, that makes Greece one of the most wealthy European Union's member state.

Despite all this material wealth, Greece's economy is destroyed; the unemployment has reached around 28%; and innocent peoples' lives are wasted because Greece's public health system lacks even from the minimum necessary material resources.

The reason for this incoherence is that colonial ties have deprived the basic social foundations from almost every trustworthiness there is.

The Greek judicial system imprisons poor citizens who owe to the state just few hundred euros while at the same time multi million euro debts of oligarchic companies are arbitrarily altered, and while regularly, evidence of enormous frauds related to states money are revealed through the internet and the mass media, without any reaction by the Greek judicial system.


Christos Boumpoulis