With his announcement, the Press Office of PASOK-Movement for Change calls on the prime minister to immediately lift the secrecy for the monitoring of Nikos Androulakis, stressing that this “theatre of insanity” which “exposes the country internationally” it must “to come to an end”.
At the same time, the party states that now “it is clear that Mr. Mitsotakis is hiding behind the invocation of confidentiality”.
“After leading the country into political disorder, they are now hiding behind the principle of secrecy, playing theater behind the backs of the Greek people.
According to the opinion of the former general secretary of the Prime Minister Grigoris Dimitriadis, the former Governor of the EYP Panagiotis Kontoleontos and the current Themistocles Demiris, the Prosecutor of Appeals who supervises the EYP Vasilikis Vlachos and the Ministers Giorgos Gerapetritis and Kyriakos Pierrakakis, the EYP can still monitor and the President of the Republic but public opinion will never know the reason”the relevant announcement states.
“The theater of the absurd is time to end as it exposes the country internationally as evidenced by the daily interest of hundreds of foreign media.
An institutional solution is not information by ear, and in fact “only for what we can say”, as was competently pointed out at yesterday’s hearing of the Committee on Institutions and Transparency”the announcement continues.
“There are two solutions: Either the Institutions and Transparency Committee will be informed of the reason for the monitoring of the President of PASOK-Movement for Change by the EYP or the political head of the secret services, the Prime Minister himself, will approve the lifting of secrecy based on article 14 par. 4 Law 3649/2008, as reputable constitutionalists already argue in the public debate.
It is now clear that Mr. Mitsotakis is hiding behind the invocation of secrecy. We invite him to personally approve the removal of the pretext.
To see – finally – who seeks the light and who fears it”concludes PASOK-Movement for Change.
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