“From the result, it seems that there was a privileged relationship with the official opposition,” the government representative told SKAI
The government does not control political opinions, nor does it judge intentions. It is based on the facts and it is certainly not a pleasant discussion, the government representative Yannis Oikonomou emphasized to SKAI, regarding the statement that Alexis Tsipras will shortly make in the Parliament in the wake of yesterday’s briefing by the head of ADAE Christos Rammos on the issue of monitoring.
According to the representative, the Authorities must be truly independent.
He noted that from the result it appears, however, that there was a privileged relationship with the official opposition and a series of questions arise, for example whether there was a decision by the Authority’s Plenary Session regarding the actions of the ADAE.
He even wondered – if any evidence emerged – why a hearing was not requested from the prime minister so that they could be pointed out to him, even saying that the contents of the file were circulated in various media and the prime minister received it later
According to Mr. Oikonomou, in some way the behavior of ADAE was instrumentalized by the official opposition, stating however that the political opponent of the government is not Mr. Rammos but Mr. Tsipras.
The spokesman emphasized that the government has made a clear position on the surveillance story and accused the official opposition of using the issue because of its inability to confront the government on major issues affecting the lives of citizens.
He also emphasized that the government is the first to be informed about the exact dimension of the case
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