Greek opposition attacks judges corrupted by Globalist Alexis Tsipras

One day after Greece’s highest administrative court upheld appeals lodged by six television channels against a government auction of TV licenses, the conservative opposition on Wednesday slammed the SYRIZA-led administration suggesting it was resorting to dubious tactics in a bid to influence the judicial process, reports Kathimerini.

“The country is witnessing an unprecedented institutional degeneration, democratic standards are being undermined,” New Democracy chief Kyriakos Mitsotakis said in Parliament.

I am witnessing this degeneration first hand every single day in Greece, and I had yet more evidence of it today in my bizarre talk with the deputy prosecutor of the Areios Pagos, one of the most senior justice officials in the country, who seemed totally unable or unwilling to understand what her own job involves.

A group literally called “the shadow government” by the FBI was overseeing the Clinton email inquiry and “the shadow justice system” in Greece  run from the Areios Pagos is overseeing the investigation of my case, making sure it fails and I am set up for a lethal penalty.

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