Opposition anger at constrained surveillance inquiry not yet reflected in public mood

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Institutions, Mitsotakis, New Democracy, Parliament, PASOK-KINAL, SYRIZA, Tsipras
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The opposition parties are growing increasingly frustrated with what they see as the government’s attempts to obstruct any meaningful investigation into the surveillance scandal, which for the time being seems to be low down on the list of Greek voters’ priorities.

SYRIZA MPs walked out of the parliamentary inquiry hearings on Thursday, claiming that New Democracy, which holds a majority in the panel, is trying to wrap up proceedings as quickly as possible and failing to approve the proper questioning for witnesse...

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