Frustrated Androulakis rounds off surveillance inquiry as issue fails to gain traction

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Institutions, New Democracy, Parliament, PASOK-KINAL

The parliamentary inquiry into the surveillance scandal, which has been beset by friction between the government and the opposition over the scope and thrust of the investigation, concluded on Friday with the questioning of PASOK leader Nikos Androulakis by MPs.

The opposition politician’s appearance coincided with yet another opinion poll suggesting that the dent in New Democracy’s ratings caused by the wiretapping affair proved to be temporary. So much so, that the newspaper carrying the survey, centrist Ta N...

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