Opposition tries to put surveillance scandal back on political agenda

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Cost of living, Institutions, New Democracy, Parliament, SYRIZA, Tsipras
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Just days after the parliamentary inquiry into the wiretapping scandal was officially concluded, the issue is back in the spotlight as the opposition parties continue to try to dig further into the matter and discover what they believe is the government’s involvement in the affair.

Parliament’s institutions and transparency committee was due to sit on Tuesday to start hearing from witnesses and experts regarding surveillance matters following the recent revelation by SYRIZA’s former transport minister Christos Spirtzis that he was...

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