Al. Tsipras: Mr. Kurtz in front of Mr. Mitsotakis, seems rather like ‘arsakeiada’

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“Mr. Kurtz in front of Mr. Mitsotakis, seems rather like a joke”, commented Alexis Tsipras during the debate in the Parliament on the proposal of SYRIZA-PS for “establishment of an Inquiry Committee, to investigate the operation of political manipulation of public opinion, degradation of institutions and waste of public money “.

The president of SYRIZA-PS stressed that S. Kurtz resigned for accusations that concerned one million euros, while “millions of state money are flowing here and nothing is running”. “Not because in Austria there are prosecutors and judges and here not. And here there are honest and conscientious judges. But because here, under the law on the responsibility of ministers, every judge as soon as he falls on a politician sends the file to Parliament,” he said. He noted that “this is what Greek justice did last May, which launched a preliminary investigation into possible criminal infidelity against the State, for the Petsa list and falling on Mr. Skylakakis and Mr. Petsa, government ministers, was forced to stop the investigation and forward the file in Parliament “and the parliamentary majority” took care to bury him for months in a drawer “.

He said that criminal liability would be sought, noting that “there is no longer a statute of limitations” after “we took care of it and changed the Constitution”. He stressed, however, that the issue is primarily moral and political. He spoke twice about the “behavior of the prime minister,” because he did all this during the pandemic and under the pretext of the pandemic. to incense him “, at a time when -as he accused him- the society was immersed in insecurity and the government did not support the NSS.” It is not only shameful. “It’s criminal at the same time,” he said.

Source: AMPE

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Source From: Capital

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