“One by one, the ND MPs start talking and make Mr. Mitsotakis’ guilt for the surveillance scandal not to be hidden with anything,” SYRIZA sources claim, citing blue-collar MPs.
According to the same sources: “After Mr. Roussopoulos stated that there are unanswered questions, Mr. Kaklamanis stated that he is positive to change the amendment on the HRD. The amendment of shame and obfuscation that does not allow citizens to be informed if it has declassify their communications”.
Finally, Koumoundourou concludes that “As long as Mr. Mitsotakis refuses to repeal the specific amendment, which he himself brought and we have been asking him for a month, it will prove that he does not want any clarification and that he is afraid that they will not come out in time and other names”.
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