nikomaria: (ST_Voyager)
posted by [personal profile] nikomaria at 01:41pm on 19/09/2009 under
Dear Politicians,

Yes there are elections coming up. Yes you are desperate to stay in the Parliament with all the money.

Please note, those of you who keep annoying me with Messages on my cellphone, with calls at home, with stupid flyer at my work place - will for sure NOT get my vote.

No love,
Me

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posted by [personal profile] nikomaria at 08:46pm on 02/02/2006 under
from the BBC

Greek government's phones tapped

Greek Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis
Costas Karamanlis and other ministers were tapped
Greek Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis and several ministers had their mobile phones tapped for more than a year, the government has confirmed.

A spokesman said an investigation had been opened, but had not yet discovered who was conducting the surveillance.

The taps are reported to have begun before the Athens Olympics in 2004 and lasted until March last year.

They were detected by a telephone company manager dealing with customers who had reported technical problems.

About 100 mobiles belonging to politicians from both parties are thought to have been monitored.

"The phones tapped included the prime minister's, those of cabinet members, one former minister, now in opposition, and others," government spokesman Theodore Roussopoulos told reporters.

"The phone tapping was carried out by unknown person or persons using high technology."
Mood:: 'blah' blah
nikomaria: (Default)
posted by [personal profile] nikomaria at 08:46pm on 02/02/2006 under
from the BBC

Greek government's phones tapped

Greek Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis
Costas Karamanlis and other ministers were tapped
Greek Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis and several ministers had their mobile phones tapped for more than a year, the government has confirmed.

A spokesman said an investigation had been opened, but had not yet discovered who was conducting the surveillance.

The taps are reported to have begun before the Athens Olympics in 2004 and lasted until March last year.

They were detected by a telephone company manager dealing with customers who had reported technical problems.

About 100 mobiles belonging to politicians from both parties are thought to have been monitored.

"The phones tapped included the prime minister's, those of cabinet members, one former minister, now in opposition, and others," government spokesman Theodore Roussopoulos told reporters.

"The phone tapping was carried out by unknown person or persons using high technology."
Mood:: 'blah' blah

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