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GreeceGovernment obscures the truth concerning the wire-tapping scandal, says Tsipras

Government obscures the truth concerning the wire-tapping scandal, says Tsipras

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The Greek government “confirmed anew its guilt in attempting to obscure the truth concerning the wire-tapping scandal,” said SYRIZA-Progressive Alliance leader Alexis Tsipras in a pre-recorded statement on Thursday.

Tsipras also noted that the covernment “rushed to destroy all evidence of the wire-tapping of [PASOK-KINAL leader Nikos] Androulakis, of [journalist Thanassis] Koukakis, and most likely surveillance evidence of several more politicians and journalists.”

Parliament committee

Meanwhile, earlier on Thursday the MPs of main opposition SYRIZA-Progressive Alliance and the opposition PASOK-KINAL party walked out of the session of a Parliamentary examination committee investigating the phone tapping of the mobile phone of PASOK leader Nikos Androulakis, accusing ruling New Democracy of staging a cover up and of refusing to examine key witnesses.

PASOK’s rapporteur Evangelia Liagouli accused the ruling majority of essentially perpetrating a “second scandal, this time within parliament” and asking that all the other parties go along and legitimise this.

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“New Democracy reached the point of not accepting any material witness, not even the nephew of the prime minister Grigoris Dimitriadis, who was removed by the premier himself as political responsible for EYP, or the journalist Thanassis Koukakis who was under surveillance…” she said, accusing the government of “omerta and deep darkness, instead of the plentiful light promised by Mr. Mitsotakis in Parliament.”

SOURCE; ANA-MPA

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