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Androulakis attacks PM over rule of law, but PASOK's dilemma remains
PASOK leader Nikos Androulakis took his case against the Greek government over the surveillance scandal to the European Parliament on Wednesday in the hope of putting pressure on Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis, although the centre-left politician has not been able to rid himself of questions about whether he might end up working with the man he accuses of spying on him.
The plenary debate in Strasbourg about “The erosion of the rule of law in Greece: the wiretapping scandal and media freedom” was requested by the Progressives in the EU Parliament. It provided Androulakis, still a serving MEP, with an opportunity to sta...
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