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Opposition vents over police corruption allegations
The start of a new week finds the government facing awkward questions again, although this time they are focussed more on alleged corruption within the police force than in connection to the surveillance scandal, which has been dogging New Democracy for months.
Reports in left-leaning Documento, but also the mostly pro-government To Vima, claimed that underworld figures were in contact with policemen at all levels, including senior officers, as well as personnel at the National Intelligence Service (EYP). It i...
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