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Imminent parliamentary clash over phone-tapping puts PM on alert
Greece’s politicians are gearing up for the first head-on clash over phone-tapping next week, which is forcing Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis to be on his toes for potential dissent within his own ranks as well as attacks from the opposition benches in Parliament.
Party leaders are due to debate next Wednesday the use of wiretapping by the National Intelligence Agency (EYP) against PASOK leader Nikos Androulakis, as well as journalists. The issue will also be looked at by Parliament’s institutions and transparenc...
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