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Inquiry into surveillance scandal begins as ND feeds speculation about change to election law
The parliamentary inquiry into the wiretapping scandal is due to get underway on Wednesday in a tense political atmosphere and with main opposition party SYRIZA believing that Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis might try to duck his responsibility by making a quick change to the electoral law and calling snap elections.
A session of Parliament’s regular Institutions and Transparency Committee last week provided a foretaste of what to expect during the inquiry as three of the key witnesses in the surveillance of PASOK leader Nikos Androulakis said that, by law, they cou...
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