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More revelations about the phone-tapping scandal threatening to engulf the Mitsotakis government are expected to surface in the coming days, leading up to the reopening of Parliament and the initiation of the inquiries looking into the affair.
The resumption of parliamentary business, coinciding with the return of most Greeks from their summer holidays, will allow a better assessment of the true political impact of the revelations on the political scene and on voters’ perceptions.
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