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Athens Macedonian News Agency: News in English, 16-12-01

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From: The Athens News Agency at <http://www.ana.gr/>

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  • [01] Communist Party claims HQ's call center is tapped, asks government to find perpetrators
  • [02] Refugees protest outside two camps saying they remain unprotected in Greek frost

  • [01] Communist Party claims HQ's call center is tapped, asks government to find perpetrators

    The Communist Party said on Thursday it recently discovered that the party's headquarters were wiretapped and called on the government to act swiftly to discover the perpetrators.

    According to the party's press release, it was observed that various recent telephone conversations were bugged, among which calls to and from the headquarters of SYRIZA, New Democracy and Potami.

    "These listen-ins are caused by an unknown third 'center'," the party said in the press release. "The Communist Party denounces this fact. The government must immediately investigate this issue in depth, uncover the perpetrators and ensure, as required by every government, the privacy of telephone conversations."

    The Communist Party also said it informed Parliament President Nikos Voutsis and the relevant minister, Nikos Pappas, on the matter, as well as the heads of the other parties involved.

    [02] Refugees protest outside two camps saying they remain unprotected in Greek frost

    Refugees in two camps of northern Greece protested on Thursday over the living conditions which worsened in the past few days due to the sudden drop in temperatures.

    Dozens of refugees from Oreokastro camp have been protesting since three this afternoon blocking both lanes of Simachiki Odos, saying living conditions have become very difficult since the weather worsened. At the refugee camp at Diavata, housed in the former "Softex" paper factory, people gathered outside the center with the same demands.


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