Greece braces for another week of political acrimonies

Political tensions are expected to remain high this week as we enter the final 60 days before the European elections.

Safety concerns, the effectiveness of the Greek police, and the debate on gender-based violence are set to dominate the agenda following last week's tragic incident where a 28-year-old woman was fatally stabbed by her ex-partner outside a police station, mere minutes after seeking help from police officers.

The surveillance scandal has resurfaced after the Council of State ruled that a 2021 law introduced by New Democracy on surveillance was unconstitutional.

Meanwhile, a number of high-profile visits are anticipated in the country ahead of the 9th Delphi Economic Forum, scheduled for later this week.


On Monday, PASOK leader Nikos Androulakis is to visit Greece's independent privacy watchdog ADAE to...

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