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Greek Opposition Calls on PM Mitsotakis to Resign Over Phone Tapping

Greek opposition leader Alexis Tsipras tabled a no-confidence motion against the government on Wednesday and called on PM Mistotakis to resign over the phone tapping scandal. The leader of SYRIZA said that prime minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis cannot continue in his...

Who Really Governs Greece? The Wiretapping Scandal Shaking the Country

The wiretapping scandal in Greece has rocked the conservative government of Kyriakos Mitsotakis who is under growing pressure to reveal who-if not the prime minister himself- is responsible for tapping the phones of politicians and journalists. On Tuesday the chief...

Wiretapping Scandal in Greece: Defense Chief “Under Surveillance”

A new report on Greece's wiretapping scandal alleged that defense chief General Konstantinos Floros has been under surveillance by the Greek intelligence service (EYP). The paper Documento which has uncovered many aspects of the wiretapping scandal that has rocked the...

Greece Seeks US Help in Wiretapping Scandal

Prosecutors in Greece investigating the wiretapping scandal have requested the help of judicial authorities in the US in their work. Two Greek prosecutors are trying to trace the digital footprints of electronic addresses included in text (SMS) messages, through which...

Wiretapping Scandal: Greece Sold the Predator Spyware Abroad

The Foreign Ministry in Greece confirmed late on Thursday press reports that it allowed the sale of the Predator spyware in 2021 to at least one foreign nation, admitting therefore that it was aware of the controversial software used...

New Reports on Wiretapping Scandal in Greece Add to Government Woes

The government in Greece is facing growing pressure over the wiretapping scandal, as media reports over the weekend alleged the intelligence services were orchestrating the surveillance of politicians and journalists. The government of Kyriakos Mitsotakis has been claiming that if...

Greece to Tighten Intelligence Service Control After Wiretapping Scandal

The conservative government in Greece is proposing a new law to tighten checks on the country's intelligence service following the wiretapping scandal that has rocked the nation. The draft law which was posted online for public consultation on Tuesday aims...

Greek Premier Mitsotakis Denies Wiretapping Allegations

Prime Minister of Greece Kyriakos Mitsotakis denied that his government was wiretapping senior politicians, businessmen, and journalists during an interview on Monday. He called the allegations aired by Documento newspaper that thirty-three people were targeted by spyware in his knowledge...

Wiretapping Scandal in Greece: Paper Names Dozens Under Surveillance

The wiretapping scandal in Greece took a new dimension after a newspaper published on Sunday a list of 33 politicians, businessmen and journalists who were allegedly under surveillance by the country's intelligence services. Newspaper Documento published a list of names...