Opposition fails to make inroads in spyware hearing as denials continue

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Elections, Institutions, New Democracy, Parliament, SYRIZA
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Opposition parties have accused governing New Democracy of continuing to keep Parliament in the dark about key aspects of the surveillance affair, after a fresh hearing of the institutions and transparency committee failed to uncover any new information.

The committee was convened at the request of the main opposition party SYRIZA with the objective of shedding light on the use of the Predator spyware in Greece and its potential ties to state agencies and the office of the prime minister. Opposition par...

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