TV permit tender triggers turmoil in Greek judiciary, questions about gov't role

PoliticsGreek Politics

Two issues that have been thorns in the government’s side in recent weeks: The TV licence tender and friction in the judicial system combined on Wednesday to pose a fresh problem to the coalition.

Two vice presidents of the Council of State resigned from the judges’ union on Wednesday in protest at the decision to postpone last Friday a hearing on the constitutionality of the recent broadcasting tender.

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