Opposition parties reject official conclusions of surveillance inquiry

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Institutions, New Democracy, Parliament, PASOK-KINAL, SYRIZA
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The official report of the special parliamentary inquiry into the surveillance affair has ignited a fresh confrontation between the government and the parties of the opposition, with the latter directly contradicting the official conclusions and accusing the New Democracy of a cover-up.

Few expected the special parliamentary inquiry into the surveillance of PASOK leader Nikos Androulakis by the Greek intelligence service to bring closure to the affair which has divided the political scene since it erupted in the summer.

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