Greece is reeling with this scandal… And the expected announcement for Mitsotakis

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Greece is reeling with this scandal... And the expected announcement for Mitsotakis

Greece has been shaking with the ‘wiretapping’ scandal for days. The expected statement came from the Mitsotakis front regarding the incident that created an earthquake effect in Athens.

The ‘wiretapping’ earthquake in Greece continues unabated.

The scandal that emerged on Friday created a bomb effect in Athens. While the scandal extended to Mitsotakis’ nephew, the Greek media announced the latest development in the headlines.

The expected news came for Greek Prime Minister Mitsotakis, who kept silent.

According to the Greek media, based on government sources, Mitsotakis will make a statement on Monday about the wiretapping incident.

While Mitsotakis’ speech is eagerly awaited, it was commented that the statement he will make tomorrow could determine his political career.

This development, which CNN Greece also announced on the front page, was presented to the readers as ‘All eyes are on the statement to be made by Mitsotakis on Monday regarding the wiretapping incident’.


In Greece, allegations that the cell phones of journalist Thanasis Koukakis and Panhellenic Socialist Movement Party (PASOK) leader Nikos Androulakis were planted with spyware and illegally tapped led to the resignation of the Greek Intelligence Agency (EYP).

Panagiotis Kontoleon, the head of the Greek National Intelligence Organization (EYP), submitted his resignation to Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis.

While it was announced that the resignation of Panagiotis Kontoleon, who reports to the Prime Minister, was accepted, PASOK Leader Nikos Androulakis, who made a statement on the subject, made the following statements in his statement;

‘This is something that shocked me because I never expected to personally experience what previous generations have experienced in an EU country. Unfortunately, I see the government making a desperate attempt. We are not paying the secret services to spy on us. We pay them to tell us who is undermining democracy and state institutions. Those who tried to trap me with software so sophisticated that it could robotize my cell phone and turn on the camera and microphone at will, even when it was turned off, had a clear objective. I am waiting to learn the truth from justice, the government and the authorities.’


According to the news in the Greek media, Feliks Bicios, the owner of the company ‘Intellexa’, which sells the spyware program in question, was alleged to have some business relations with the Secretary General of the Prime Ministry Grigoris Dimitriadis, who is also the nephew of Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis.

Dimitriadis announced his resignation yesterday ‘in order not to wear down Prime Minister Mitsotakis and to protect him’ after these allegations came to the fore more strongly.


A few minutes after the resignation of the Secretary General of the Prime Minister’s Office, the news that the head of the EYP, Kontoleon, also resigned created a bombshell in Athens. The resignation of the head of EYP was justified by ‘erroneous activities in the legal wiretapping process’.

Government sources stated that Prime Minister Mitsotakis should not be informed about the ‘erroneous activities’ mentioned by Kontoleon.


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