The European Central Bank has refused to show what it knew about Greece's mounting debts since 2001.
Documents showing how Greece hid the size of its public debt for years, and a possible dubious role of the European Central Bank might still be disclosed to the public.
No, we are not allowed to know how Greece concealed its huge debts, nor what the European Central Bank (ECB) knew about it.
Facts about the debt crisis in Greece are still hidden for the public three years after they were made known to the European Central Bank.
News agency Bloomberg has brought the European Central Bank (ECB) to court in order to shed a light on the building up of the financial crisis: Did Greece play tricks with the numbers to hide it