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Varoufakis demands release of secret documents amid accusations of backroom EU cover-up

In 2016, Mr Draghi said he wouldn’t disclose the documentation because of his “obligation to protect” the identity of the private law firm.

After collecting 30,000 signatures, Mr Varoufakis took his battle to Luxembourg, challenging the ECB’s decision in front of EU judges.

Last year the European Court of Justice ruled the Frankfurt-based bank was right to withhold the document in order to protect its “space to think”.

But yesterday the EU’s General Court upheld an appeal in favour of Mr Varofakis against its original decision.

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