Habipoğlu: Our country should clear up the wiratapping scandal as soon as possible

Greece
Thu, 10 Nov 2022 10:11 GMT
Habipoğlu, President of the European Western Thrace Turks Federation (ABTTF), made a statement on the wiretapping scandal that came to the fore again in Greece.
Habipoğlu: Our country should clear up the wiratapping scandal as soon as possible

Stating that if the allegations regarding the wiretapping scandal, which is one of the important issues on the Greek agenda, are true and even the closest colleagues of Prime Minister Kiryakos Mitsotakis were listened to illegally, the point reached by the deep state in the country is truly frightening, Habipoğlu states the following in his statement on the subject:

"In our country, Greece, by the National Intelligence Organization (EYP) affiliated to Prime Minister Kiryakos Mitsotakis, journalist Tanasis Kukakis and opposition party PASOK - KINAL President and European Parliament (AP) Member of Parliament Nikos Andrulakis's 'Predator' spyware program The dimensions of the scandal that emerged with

In the news published in Documento newspaper, it was claimed that 32 people from politics, media, and business world, including Former Prime Minister Antonis Samaras, Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias, and Former Citizen Protection Ministers Mihalis Hrisohoidis and Olga Yerovasili, were tapped with the spyware program called "Predator".

On the other hand, Kostas Vaksevanis, owner of Documento newspaper, went to the Supreme Court of Appeals (Arios Pagos) on 7 November 2022 to testify about the new allegations regarding the wiretapping scandal.”

Regarding the issue, Halit Habipoğlu, President of the European Western Thrace Turkish Federation (ABTTF), said: "Even though Prime Minister Miçotakis denied the allegations in the news of the "Documento" newspaper, the eavesdropping scandal has now become a democracy and legal problem for our country. The Commission of Investigation of the European Parliament, which investigates the use of spyware by governments, also stated that after visiting Athens last week to investigate the eavesdropping scandal, he left our country with more questions than answers. If the allegations are true and even the closest colleagues of Prime Minister Mitsotakis can be listened to illegally, the point reached by the deep state's power in our country is truly frightening. The government should immediately clarify all aspects of the wiretapping scandal that has become the 'Watergate' of our country, and should not allow the scandal to further damage our country's democracy and rule of law." said.

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