SYRIZA gears up for looming elections as poll gap narrows
Opposition fails to make inroads in spyware hearing as denials continue
MPs aim to probe spyware as govt brushes off latest reports
Pension rises approved as public opinion teeters ahead of election year
Energy measures reassure public, as govt scrambles to keep lid on other household costs
In full campaign mode, PM ventures forth to rally support
Govt unveils spyware bill as it launches communications fightback
Hoping to swat away some of the criticism that has been aimed in its direction regarding the surveillance scandal, the government unveiled on Tuesday a draft law aimed at protecting privacy, which would also outlaw the sale and possession of spyware.
Opposition parties have dismissed New Democracy’s move as a last-minute attempt to deflect attention away from the government’s alleged role in the illegal monitoring operation. Journalists have also cast doubt on whether the bill stands up to scrutiny ...
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