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There were tense moments in the Greek Parliament after the request of the head of the Hellenic Communications Security and Privacy Authority (ADAE) Christos Ramos to inform Parliament about the wiretapping scandal, which had been on the agenda for a while, was rejected.

Deputies of the main opposition Radical Left Alliance party left the hall in protest against the refusal of ADAE President Ramos’ request.

Syriza’s deputy, Yiorgos Katrougalos, stated that the ruling New Democracy (ND) party is trying to hide the wiretapping scandal, and that its current positions are unacceptable.

It was a sad day for Parliament, Katrogalos said: “The ND will not be able to keep the wiretapping scandal and the Prime Minister who is trying to cover up this scandal, away from his responsibilities.” Share his opinion.

In the statement made by Syriza, it was noted that the truth would surely come out and said, “The Greek people will now learn to whom and why Mitsotakis was listening.” expression was used.

ADAE President Rammos sent a letter to Parliament Speaker Konstandinos Tasulas and Institutions and Transparency Committee Chairman Thanasy Bora on January 17, requesting a meeting of Parliament’s Institutions and Transparency Committee.

The letter states, “The request relates to reporting to the Committee on matters of public interest that fall within the jurisdiction of the Agency (ADAE).” expressions were used.

It was reported in the news in the Greek media that the Abu Dhabi Education Authority, headed by Ramos, requested the establishment of a specialized committee in Parliament to share the results of the investigations it conducted with alleged politicians, businessmen and journalists. Wiretapping device by Greek intelligence (EYP).

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