She is the sixth witness in a row who has been called and will testify at the Commission.
With the testimony of the head of the National Transparency Authority, Alexandra Rogaku, the work of the Investigative Committee continues today investigating the case of “violation of the confidentiality of the communications of the president of PASOK-KINAL and MEP Mr. Nikos Androulakis by the EYP or by other natural or legal persons, the confirmed attempt to trap his mobile phone with Predator malware, the illegal use of it in the territory and the investigation into the existence of responsibilities of the Prime Minister Mr. Kyriakos Mitsotakis and any other natural or legal person involved”.
The testimony of the head of the EAD Alexandra Rogaku, behind closed doors and in accordance with the rules of complete secrecy, is scheduled to begin at 10 am. She is the sixth witness in a row who has been called and will testify at the Commission.
Yesterday, it became known that the legal representative of the company Intellexa who has been summoned to testify at the Commission and who is the only foreign resident, is currently prevented from being in Greece. After discussion in the Committee and consideration of proposals, by majority, it was decided to follow the practice that has been done in similar cases in previous Investigative and Pre-Investigative Committees of the Parliament. That is to say, that a questionnaire be drawn up jointly by the members of the Committee and sent to her, and that she answer in writing.
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